Artificial Fertilization Made Natural
Nature. 1984 Jul 26; 310(5975): 269.
While the report of Britain's Warnock Committee is seen as making a positive contribution toward public acceptance of in vitro fertilization (IVF), some critics have found its recommendations too inflexible to accommodate the expected increase in demand for IVF and related procedures. The committee's call for a ban on surrogate motherhood arrangements, its less than stringent proposed regulations concerning artificial insemination by donor (AID), and its "arbitrary" 14-day limit on experimentation with early embryos have been singled out for comment. Concern has also been expressed that, unless the government quickly submits its own legislation based on the Warnock recommendations, Parliament will enact piecemeal legislation on the issues. (KIE abstract)
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