In Vitro Fertilization: BMA Reports on Ethics
Nature. 1983 May 19; 303(5914): 190.
A summary is provided of the interim ethical guidelines on human in vitro fertilization and embryo replacement issued in May by the British Medical Association. The guidelines approve the therapeutic use of the new techniques. Like the provisional guidelines published last year by the Medical Research Council, they also endorse research on early embryos if the goal of such research is clearly defined and clinically relevant. (KIE abstract)
Cryopreservation; Donors; Embryo Research; Embryo Transfer; Embryos; Ethics; Fetal Research; Guidelines; In Vitro Fertilization; Medical Ethics; Mothers; Medical Research; Organizational Policies; Organizations; Ovum; Ovum Donors; Professional Organizations; Regulation; Research; Semen Donors; Standards;
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Beardsley, Tim (1983-03-19)
Beardsley, Tim (1982-11-25)It is reported that Britain's Medical Research Council has published guidelines for MRC-supported research involving human embryos obtained through in vitro fertilization. In ethics committee-approved projects, researchers may ...
Beardsley, Tim (1982-11-25)