A Child at All Costs: Posthumous Reproduction and the Meaning of Parenthood
Human Reproduction. 1994 Nov; 9(11): 2182-2185.
The creation of babies by assisted and collaborative techniques of reproduction, such as in-vitro fertilization or cryopreservation of gametes and embryos, stimulates strong emotions and fantasies about life, death, sexuality and immortality. Particularly, the cryopreservation of spermatozoa for post-mortem reproduction forces us to come to terms with the meaning of human reproduction, and the extent of individual rights to procreate using artificial means.
Advance Directives; Artificial Insemination; Children; Cryopreservation; Death; Donors; Embryos; Emotions; Gametes; International Aspects; Legal Aspects; Life; Morality; Property Rights; Public Policy; Property; Reproduction; Reproductive Technologies; Rights; Semen Donors; Sexuality; Single Persons; Sperm; Suicide; Tissue Banks; Values;
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