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The Regulation of Assisted Reproductive Technology

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ISBN13: 9780754622925
ISBN: 0754622924
Published: April 2005
Publisher: Routledge
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print



This collection of papers examines the regulatory framework as it applies to assisted reproduction technology in a number of jurisdictions including the UK and other European countries, the USA, Australia, Canada and New Zealand and an overview of the situation in some Asian countries.;Contributors consider a wide range of issues relating to human rights, access, genetic screening and what constitutes the family.

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Contents:
ART Legislation Around The World: Current legislation in Europe, Shaun D. Pattinson; The HFEA - 10 years on, Ruth Deech; A survey of regulation of assisted reproductive technology in Asia, Jothi Kumar; Canada's proposal for legislation on assisted human reproduction, Francine Manseau; Regulating ART in the USA - a mixed approach, Jennifer Gunning; Development of regulation of assisted reproduction: a world view of early days, Louis Waller; Australia - a federated structure of statutory regulation of ART, Helen Szoke; The New Zealand way - ART within an ethical framework, Rosemary De Luca. Access to ART: Access to assisted reproductive technology by people with high genetic risks and transmittable diseases, Guido Pennings; Should there be limits on who may access assisted reproductive services? - a legal perspective, Kristen Walker; Lesbian couples in DI practice, Anne Braeways; Fertility rights - will the UK's Human Rights Act make any difference to access to assisted conception treatment?, Eric Blyth. Issues in the Regulation of ART: Choosing a child's future? - Reproductive decision-making and pre-implantation genetic diagnosis, Belinda Bennett; Stored embryos and the value of genetic ties, Giuliana Fuscaldo; Public interest in embryos, Julian Savulescu; New consultation management process for managing divergent community views - lesbian and single women's access to artificial insemination and ARTs, Leslie Cannold and Lynn Gilliam; The Australian experience of self-accreditation, Douglas Saunders; Can the use of human embryos for research be banned or would that be unconstitutional in Australia?, Mark Richardson; ""Therapeutic cloning"" - tortious risk management issues, Brenda McGivern.