Differences and Similarities in the Attitudes of Paediatricians, Gynaecologists and Experienced Parents to Criteria Delineating Potential Risks for the Welfare of Children to Be Conceived With Assisted Reproduction
De Geyter, Christian
Swiss medical weekly : official journal of the Swiss Society of Infectious Diseases, the Swiss Society of Internal Medicine, the Swiss Society of Pneumology 2010 July 16; 140: w13064
Swiss legislation limits the provision of assisted reproductive medicine strictly to those infertile couples, who can guarantee future welfare of their child. Daily practice often makes it difficult to balance between avoiding the discrimination against infertile couples living in a borderline socio-economic or health situation on the one hand, and keeping to the stipulated maximal standards of future child welfare on the other. Obstetricians and neonatologists often criticize prior decisions made by physicians involved in reproductive medicine.
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