The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 1990 -- a British Case History for Legislation on Bioethical Issues
International Journal of Bioethics. 1992 Jun; 3(2): 95-101.
Dr. Virginia Bolton, Sir John Osborn, and Denise Servante present an account of the process whereby legislation was enacted in Britain. Each is a member of PROGRESS (the Campaign for Research into Human Reproduction), which was established in 1985 to present the case regulating research using human embryos to the British parliament and public.
Advisory Committees; Bioethical Issues; Clergy; Embryo Research; Embryos; Fetal Research; Government; Government Regulation; In Vitro Fertilization; International Aspects; Investigators; Legislation; Organizations; Politics; Professional Organizations; Public Participation; Regulation; Reproduction; Reproductive Technologies; Research;
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