IVF: Regulation or Prohibition?
Nature. 1989 Nov 30; 342(6249): 469-470.
Britain's Parliament soon will vote on the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill and the outcome will have a major impact on in vitro fertilization (IVF) research in that country. The bill would set up a Statutory Licensing Authority to oversee IVF and other reproductive technologies and to license IVF research projects, unless Parliament votes to ban and criminalize such research. McLaren describes the benefits that can be expected from allowing licensed IVF research, and counters arguments for its prohibition. She urges scientists to make their positions on the upcoming vote clear to their Members of Parliament. (KIE abstract)
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