Ethical Issues of Fertility and Reproduction
Annual Review of Medicine. 1996; 47: 107-116.
How reproductive technologies are used has consequences not just for immediate users but for others as well. This article discusses issues that should be taken into consideration in coming to decisions about whether or not it is appropriate to use a particular reproductive technology, or whether to use a technology in a particular way.
Abortion; Age Factors; Artificial Insemination; Commodification; Donors; Economics; Embryo Research; Females; Fertility; Government; Government Regulation; Homosexuals; Infertility; Justice; Mothers; Ovum; Ovum Donors; Public Policy; Regulation; Remuneration; Reproduction; Reproductive Technologies; Research; Resource Allocation; Selection for Treatment; Selective Abortion; Sex Determination; Sex Preselection; Single Persons; Surrogate Mothers; Technology;
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Baird, P.A. (1996)
Legal and Ethical Issues in Assisted Reproduction (Session Three: Assisted Reproduction: A Process Ripe for Regulation? a Conference of the National Advisory Board on Ethics in Reproduction) Robertson, John A.; Steinbock, Bonnie (1996-05)
Beller, Fritz K. (1987)