II. Decision in the case of Csoma v. Romania

  • Author: ECtHR


Violation of Rticle 8 “The Court cannot find a reasonable explanation for why that consent was not obtained in the present case. It cannot accept the Government’s position, according to which the fact that the applicant was a trained nurse dispensed the doctor from following established procedures and informing her of the risks involved in the procedure”. The foregoing considerations are sufficient to enable the Court to conclude that by not involving the applicant in the choice of medical treatment and by not informing her properly of the risks involved in the medical procedure, the applicant suffered an infringement of her right to private life.

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