In Britain and Australia, New in Vitro Guidelines
Hastings Center Report. 1983 Feb; 13(1): 2.
The official medical research councils of Great Britain and Australia have issued guidelines for in vitro fertilization research. The guidelines, summarized here, deal with such issues as informed consent by ovum and sperm donors; duration of embryo culture; storage of embryos; interspecies fertilization and cloning; scientific and ethical review committees; and conscientious objection by researchers. (KIE abstract)
Cloning; Conscience; Cryopreservation; Culture; Consent; Donors; Embryo Research; Embryos; Ethical Review; Ethics; Fetal Research; Government; Government Regulation; Guidelines; Hybrids; In Vitro Fertilization; Informed Consent; Medical Research; Ovum; Ovum Donors; Property Rights; Property; Regulation; Research; Research Ethics; Researchers; Review; Review Committees; Rights; Semen Donors; Sperm; Standards; Sperm Donors;
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In Vitro Fertilisation Centres in Australia: Their Observance of the National Health and Medical Research Council Guidelines Unknown author (National Health & Medical Research Council [NHMRC](Australia). Medical Research Ethics Committee, 1987)