Lessons Learned From Great Britain's Human Fertilization and Embryology Act: Should the United States Regulate the Fate of Unused Frozen Embryos?
Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Journal. 1997 Aug; 19(4): 1027-1053.
Abortion; Constitutional Law; Cryopreservation; Consent; Donors; Embryos; Federal Government; Fetuses; Government; Government Regulation; International Aspects; Law; Legal Aspects; Legal Rights; Privacy; Property Rights; Property; Regulation; Reproductive Technologies; Rights; Semen Donors; State Government; Tissue Banks;
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Federal funding for research involving human pluripotent stem cells [". . . in response to your request for a legal opinion of whether federal funds may be used for research conducted with human pluripotent stem cells derived from embryos created by in vitro fertilization or from primordial germ cells isolated from the tissue of non-living fetuses."] Rabb, Harriet S.; United States. Department of Health and Human Services. Office of the General Counsel (1999-01-15)