Before beginning this week’s discussion, please read Moore v. Regents of the Uni


Before beginning this week’s discussion, please read Moore v. Regents of the University of California. Then, please discuss the following topics with respect to this case, answering at least three of the following questions in your initial post:
What did the court say about Moore’s right to an informed consent? Do you agree, or do you feel that Moore needed to be given more or less information than the court required?
What did the court say about Conversion and what reasoning did it provide for this decision?
Did the court indicate that Moore had a right to the bodily fluids and tissues that had been removed from his body? Why or why not? Do you agree with this conclusion?
Do you feel that Moore upheld his responsibilities as a patient in this case? Should he have taken a more active role in his treatment?
Were any of Moore’s rights as a patient violated by Dr. Golde in this scenario? If so, what rights were violated, and what should have been done differently?


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