Case Study A physician was recently convicted of using his own sperm for artificially inseminating his patients. He told the court that he didn’t see anything wrong with this practice because these women came to him wanting to have a child. However, his patients were unaware that he was using his own sperm for the procedure. Some of his office staff became suspicious of the physician’s methods, but failed to report their suspicions immediately. Many children were conceived as a result of this physician’s sperm having been implanted into the mothers. Given this situation (problem), what is your assessment?