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Regulating Reproductive Donation free pdf The emergence of new empirical evidence and ethical debate about families created by assisted reproduction has called into question the current regulatory frameworks that govern reproductive donation in many countries. In this multidisciplinary book, social scientists, ethicists and lawyers offer fresh perspectives on the current challenges facing the regulation of reproductive donation and suggest possible ways forward. They address questions such as: what might people want to know about the circumstances of their conception? Should we limit the number of children donors can produce? Is it wrong to pay donors or to reward them with cut-price fertility treatments? Is overseas surrogacy exploitative of women from poor communities? Combining the latest empirical research with analysis of ethics, policy and legislation, the book focuses on the regulation of gamete and embryo donation and surrogacy at a time when more people are considering assisted reproduction and when new techniques and policies are underway.

About Susan Golombok

Susan Golombok is Professor of Family Research and Director of the Centre for Family Research at the University of Cambridge. Rosamund Scott is Professor of Medical Law and Ethics and Co-Director of the Centre of Medical Law and Ethics at the Dickson Poon School of Law, King's College London. Stephen Wilkinson is Professor of Bioethics at Lancaster University. Martin Richards is Emeritus Professor of Family Research at the Centre for Family Research, University of Cambridge. John B. Appleby is a Research Associate at the Centre of Medical Law and Ethics at the Dickson Poon School of Law, King's College London.

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Author : Susan Golombok
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
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ISBN : 1107090962
EAN : 9781107090965
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 390 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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