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Barney Clark Was Well Informed (Letters)
Redefining Parenthood and Protecting Embryos: Why We Need New Laws
Artificial methods of reproduction have raised profound social and ethical issues touching on the nature of family relationships and the value of the human embryo. Artificial insemination by donor has been handled ...
GINA, genism, and civil rights
Baby Fae: The `Anything Goes' School of Human Experimentation
The case of Baby Fae is likened to previous cases of high-risk xenograft experiments in which members of groups at particular risk for exploitation were sacrificed to scientific progress in violation of major precepts of ...
Why the British Courts Rejected the American Doctrine of Informed Consent
In 1984 the English Civil Court of Appeals in
Making Babies Without Sex
The author reviews scientific and societal developments in artificial reproductive technologies during the past year in the U.S., the United Kingdom, and Australia. Successful births resulted from surrogate embryo transfer ...