Summary of D. P. D. T v Okonkwo case

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D. P. D. T v Okonkwo

The summary of this case is that doctors have the right to watch you die if you refuse treatment. A patient has the constitutional right to object to medical treatment under the right to privacy-section 37 of the constitution and the right to the freedom of thought, conscience and religion-section 38 of the constitution.

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