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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Law Reform and Human Reproduction

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ISBN13: 9781855210264
ISBN: 1855210266
Published: August 1992
Publisher: Routledge
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

The fact that this series, in common with many other individual contributions to the area of medical law and ethics, has produced a number of books concentrating on human reproduction shows the extent to which reproductive technologies have stimulated controversy and legal and ethical debate.;This book aims to bring together disparate views on reproduction, and its associated technologies, in two main ways, and for this reason, it has been divided into two parts. First, it provides a review of the legislative and social response to technology in a number of different jurisdictions and seeks to analyze both why and in what way certain areas have been regulated. Second, it explores issues which are less well covered by legislation, by looking at egg donation, and by reminding us that reproductive issues may have different consequences and problems in the developing world.;In the preparation of this collection the law outstripped editorial speed in a number of jurisdictions.

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Responding to the reproduction revolution - law reform dilemmas and difficulties, Michael Freeman; Australia - the law and infertility, the Victorian experience, Louis Waller; Canada - the Ontario law reform commission's Project on Human Artificial Reproduction, Bernard Dickens; Czechoslovakia - legal regulation of human reproduction in Czechoslovakia, Jiri Haderka; France - law reform and human reproduction in France, Christian Byk; New Zealand - regulating human reproduction, to act or not?, Mark Henaghan; United Kingdom - legal regulation of human reproduction in Great Britain, Kenneth Norrie; United States - surrogacy in America, R.Alta Charo; unscrambling egg donation, Michael Freeman; policy and procreation - the regulation of reproductive behaviour in the Third World, Anne Griffiths and A.E.Fink.