Assisted Fertilization: Legal Restraints Proposed for UK
Nature. 1984 Jul 26; 310(5975): 266.
Highlights of the report of Great Britain's Warnock Committee on reproductive technologies and experimentation with human embryos are presented. Regulations, to be enforced by criminal penalties, would forbid most forms of surrogate motherhood, studies of human embryos beyond the fourteenth day after fertilization, and human embryo transfer to uteri of other species. Other recommendations of the Committee concern the treatment of infertility, sperm and ovum donation, AID, in vitro fertilization, sex determination, and experimental studies of cross-species fertilization. (KIE abstract)
Advisory Committees; Artificial Insemination; Donors; Embryo Research; Embryo Transfer; Embryos; Fetal Research; Forms; Government; Government Regulation; In Vitro Fertilization; Infertility; Mothers; Ovum; Ovum Donors; Public Policy; Regulation; Reproductive Technologies; Research; Sex Determination; Sperm; Surrogate Mothers;
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