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The Right to Know Your Genetic Parents: From Open-Identity Gamete Donation to Routine Paternity Testing
Over the years a number of countries have abolished anonymous gamete donation and shifted toward open-identity policies. Donor-conceived children are said to have a fundamental “right to know” theExpand
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The consequences of S.H. and Others v. Austria for legislation on gamete donation in Europe: an ethical analysis of the European Court of Human Rights judgments.
There is a high degree of legal diversity within Europe concerning medically assisted reproduction. This is in direct opposition to the project of harmonization of the European institutions. ThisExpand
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Extraterritorial laws for cross-border reproductive care: the issue of legal diversity.
Certain states impose restrictions on assisted reproduction because they believe such acts to be morally wrong. However, people who live in a state with restrictive legislation always have the optionExpand
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Multi family member interview studies: a focus on data analysis
Although qualitative research about couples and families is becoming increasingly widespread, the aspect of data analysis remains largely underrepresented in the literature. In this methodologicalExpand
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Community participation in HIV and ARV services.
This chapter highlights some of the findings of a qualitative research study which was undertaken in four areas in the provinces of KwaZulu-Natal and Limpopo. The study collected information on someExpand
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Balancing Ethical Pros and Cons of Stem Cell Derived Gametes
In this review we aim to provide an overview of the most important ethical pros and cons of stem cell derived gametes (SCD-gametes), as a contribution to the debate about reproductive tissueExpand
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Patenting medical diagnosis methods in Europe: Stanford University and time-lapse microscopy.
In 2013, a European Patent for the technique of time-lapse microscopy was granted by the European Patent Office (EPO) to Stanford University and was subsequently opposed by Unisense FertiliTech A/SExpand
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