This title was first published in 2003. This collection of papers examines the regulatory framework as it applies to assisted reproduction technology in a number of jurisdictions including the UK and other European countries, the USA, Australia, Canada and New Zealand and an overview of the situation in some Asian countries. Contributors consider a wide range of issues relating to human rights, access, genetic screening and what constitutes the family.
Helen Szoke and Jennifer Gunning
Part 1: Art Legislation Around The World
2. Current Legislation In Europe
Shaun D. Pattinson
3. The HFEA - 10 Years On
4. A Survey Of Regulation Of Assisted Reproductive Technology In Asia
5. Canada's Proposal For Legislation On Assisted Human Reproduction
6. Regulating ART In The USA: A Mixed Approach
7. Development Of Regulation Of Assisted Reproduction: A World View of early Days
8. Australia - A Federated Structure Of Statutory Regulation Of ART
9. The New Zealand: ART Within An Ethical Framework
Rosemary De Luca
Part 2: Access To Art
10. Access To Assisted Reproductive Technology By People With High Genetic Risks And Transmittable Diseases
11. Should There Be Limits On Who May Access Assisted Reproductive Services? A Legal Perspective
12. Lesbian Couples in DI Practice
13. Fertility Rights: Will The UK's Human Rights Act Make Any Difference To Access To Assisted Conception Treatment?
Part 3: Issues In The Regulation Art
14. Choosing A Child's Future? Reproductive Decision Making And Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis
15. Stored Embryos And The Value Of Genetic Ties
16. The Public Interest In Embryos
17. A New Consultation Management Process For Managing Divergent Community Views: Lesbian And Single Women's Access To Artifical Insemination And ARTs
Leslie Cannold and Lynn Gillam
19. Can The Use Of Human Embryos For Research BeBanned Or Would That Be Unconstitutional In Australia?
Mark W. Richardson
20. 'Therapeutic Cloning': Tortious Risk Management Issues
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