In Vitro Fertilization: Success Breeds More Problems
Nature. 1983 May 12; 303(5913): 103.
A medical team at Monash University in Australia, which had already been implanting in patients embryos developed from eggs donated by other women, has now achieved a successful pregnancy following implantation of a previously frozen embryo. The group's work has been under the scrutiny of a committee set up by the Victoria state government and chaired by law reform commissioner Louis Waller. The findings and recommendations of the Waller committee, and another report issued by the Working Party on Ethics in Research of the National Health and Medical Research Council, are summarized here. No legislative action has been taken as yet by the state government. (KIE abstract)
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