Reproductive Donation: Practice, Policy and Bioethics Hardcover – 5 Jul 2012
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'… provide[s] a rich analysis of one of the most controversial aspects of assisted reproduction: reproductive donation. … this volume provides a rich and comprehensive collection of views on one of the most controversial areas of reproductive technologies, and offers new insights into reproductive donation.' Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy
'… the volume provides a rich and comprehensive collection of views on one of the most controversial areas of reproductive technologies, and offers new insights into reproductive donation.' Medicine, Healthcare and Philosophy
'… a fantastic policy textbook that will hopefully make its way to the shelves of campaigners and decision makers alike. It is also great reading for anyone interested in evidence-based approaches to donor conception, and a helpful aid for those considering involvement in reproductive donation as parent, donor or surrogate. Too much information out there is supplied by people with well-hidden agendas, and a book like this can be a powerful tool for negotiating the complex dilemmas parents and donors can face.' Ëlo Luik, BioNews
New ethical challenges have arisen from recent changes to legislation on gamete donation around the world. This book integrates contemporary research with a discussion of the implications of creating families in this way. It presents a breadth of provocative and interdisciplinary perspectives on the policies, practices and cultures of donation.See all Product description
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