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Le droit du majeur protégé à disposer de son corps pour en faire don : entre protection du corps humain et atteinte à l'autonomie

Abstract : Reform 5 March 2007 on the protection of adults introduced a number of features for the recognition of the fundamental rights of the protected person. Applicable to more than 700,000 people, the law poses a number of challenges including on the relationship between the need for protection and the need for autonomy. The study of law protected the major's own body to donate illustrates the proportion of research, but can identify the difficulties associated with the need for consent to medical procedures. This work presents the analysis of specific provisions for the protection for the donation of hematopoietic cells major, organ donation from living donation "post-mortem" blood donation, body donation to science and the gift of surgical residues. Finally, it discusses the different legal solutions to the major protected to defend its interests and analyze their limitations.
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Corinne Lavaury. Le droit du majeur protégé à disposer de son corps pour en faire don : entre protection du corps humain et atteinte à l'autonomie. Droit. 2013. ⟨dumas-01120278⟩

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