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[ii] Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union art. 3, 2000 O.J. (C 364) 1, 9.
Article 3 reads in full: Right to the integrity of the person
1) Everyone has the right to respect for his or her physical and mental integrity.
2) In the fields of medicine and biology, the following must be respected in particular:
the free and informed consent of the person concerned, according to the
procedures laid down by law,
the prohibition of eugenic practices, in particular those aiming at the selection of
the prohibition on making the human body and its parts as such a source of
the prohibition of the reproductive cloning of human beings.
[iii] Convention Against Torture, and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or
Punishment, G.A. Res. 39/46, at 1, U.N. Doc. A/RES/39/46 (Dec. 10, 1984) [hereinafter CAT].
[iv] Andrew Byrnes, Torture and other Ofenses Involving the Violation of the Physical or Mental Integrity of the Human Person, in SUBSTANTIVE AND PROCEDURAL ASPECTS OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL LAW 214 (Gabrielle Kirk McDonald et al. eds.,
[v] David Cohen, A Critique of the Use of Neuroleptic Drugs in Psychiatry, in FROM
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