This title was first published in 2000: This third volume of proceedings of the European Network for Biomedical Ethics focuses on the ethical issues surrounding the debates on reproductive medicine and genetics in human procreation. Central issues include procreation and parenthood, moral protection of the human embryo and foetus, autonomy and recognition, social implications, moral reasoning in applied ethics, legal regulations of assisted procreation, genetic diagnosis and gene therapy. The legal regulation paper evaluates the central laws and guidelines of European countries.
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Procreation and parenthood; moral protection of the human embryo and foetus; autonomy and recognition; social implications; moral reasoning in applied ethics; legal regulation of assisted procreation, genetic diagnosis and gene therapy; evaluation and perspectives.