Reproductive Choices and Informed Consent: Fetal Interests, Women's Identity, and Relational Autonomy

@article{LauferUkeles2011ReproductiveCA,
  title={Reproductive Choices and Informed Consent: Fetal Interests, Women's Identity, and Relational Autonomy},
  author={Pamela Laufer-Ukeles},
  journal={American Journal of Law \& Medicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={37},
  pages={567 - 623}
}
In this Article, I describe and examine the severe shortcomings in women's autonomy in the context of reproductive choices in the medical arena. The reproductive choices I explore are those choices that involve gestation: abortion, fertility treatments, and interventions during pregnancy. Due to state and medical interests in the fetus, I describe how information conveyed to patients making reproductive choices is biased towards fetal interests, relies on female stereotypes, and is still… Expand
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