299 SELECTED LEGISLATION AND JURISPRUDENCE FRANCE Recent French medical law consists more of expectations rather than any important new developments. Firstly, after the bills on bioethics were voted by parliament at the end of November 1992, they were examined by the Senate during January 1994. The Senate partly amended them and they were re-examined in April by parliament. It is likely that the final vote will take place at the end of May or during the month of June. It is therefore too early to comment on their content. At this point it is enough to say that they are divided into three comple- mentary drafts: . - one on the protection of the human body in general, - the second on medically assisted procreation and donations of tissue, products of the human body and organs, - the third on medical computer data bases. They are explained in the report on boethics submitted in November 1993 by Member of Parliament Matt6i, which today is the most recent of all reports presented on this subject, following that of Mrs. Lenoir and that of the Council of State (published by Documentation frangaise, Paris). Secondly, the law of 20 December 1988
European Journal of Health Law – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1994
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