Engineering human reproduction: a challenge to public policy.


New prospects for technologically aided human reproduction require the development of a public policy concerning the setting of limits to reproductive autonomy and to research on human embryos. Previous American efforts to clarify policy on such matters have been ignored by the executive branch; there is a need for Congressional action to initiate the requisite processes of debate and policy formation.

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@article{Gorovitz1985EngineeringHR, title={Engineering human reproduction: a challenge to public policy.}, author={Samuel Gorovitz}, journal={The Journal of medicine and philosophy}, year={1985}, volume={10 3}, pages={267-74} }