informed consent

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consent by a patient to undergo a medical or surgical treatment or to participate in an experiment after the patient understands the risks involved

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The Women's Right to Know law which was passed by the Michigan House and Senate and signed by Gov.
A second component of the strategy of convincing pro-lifers to give up the fight to pass legislation such as women's right to know and laws that give women the chance to look at an ultrasound before aborting is to chide "both sides"the pro-life movement and to look at an ultrasound before aborting is to chide "both sides"the pro-life movement and the pro-abortion movementostensibly for being locked into equally futile positions.
On May 21, 2006, the Minnesota state legislature concluded its session by passing a modification of its Women's Right to Know Act, a mandatory counseling law designed to discourage women from seeking abortion services.
You can't oppose parental involvement laws, the Hyde Amendment, and women's right to know laws, on the one hand, and be in favor of integrating abortion into a national health care program and passing the radically pro-abortion "Freedom of Choice Act," on the other hand, and not know that millions of more babies will die.
With one stroke of a president's pen, FOCA would overturn such pro-life legislation as women's right to know, waiting periods, and parental notification.
The academy students made a strong case for women's right to know and ultrasound legislation as laws that truly respected women.
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