Sex Selection in the United Kingdom
Hastings Center Report 2002 January-February; 32(1): 28-31
The British have taken a comprehensive approach to regulating reproductive medicine. A loophole in the current law leaves some cases of sex selection uncovered; if that loophole were closed, however, the law is robust enough to address the concerns about sex selection while permitting it in many cases.
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