Control and compensation: Laws governing extracorporeal generative materials

Journal of Medicine and Philosophy 14 (5):541-560 (1989)
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gamete donation, embryo donation, and surrogate motherhood. The OTA Report Infertility provides a range of policy choices for handling these reproductive procedures. The choice among these alternative regulations needs to be developed within the framework of the right to privacy of the U.S. Constitution, which provides support for an approach that allows the progenitors to control the uses made of their generative materials and to receive compensation for them, subject to laws which facilitate informed consent and attempt to assure quality. Keywords: right to privacy, in vitro fertilization, artificial insemination, surrogate motherhood CiteULike Connotea What's this?



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