For at least one state Supreme Court justice, the issue of whether informed consent forms should be barred from strict medical malpractice suits comes down to the idea that a plaintiff cannot consent to negligent treatment.

The justices heard arguments Tuesday in Harrisburg on the issue of whether the Superior Court should have adopted a blanket prohibition of evidence in a medical malpractice case of a surgeon’s discussions with a patient about the potential risks of surgery.

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