Journals Higher Education

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30 October 2003

128 Pages

ISBN: 9780192805003


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Making Babies

Is There a Right to Have Children?

Mary Warnock

  • Steers a clear path throught the complex ethical issues underlying the development of new reproductive technologies
  • Discusses the whole range of treatments, from artificial insemination to human cloning
  • Lively and opinionated: reaching controversial conclusions about the endorsement of human cloning as a potential treatment for infertility
  • Examines the ethical problems faced by particular types of assisted reproduction, including artificial insemination, in-vitro fertilization, and surrogacy
  • Discredits many popular objections to the various forms of assisted reproduction
  • Mary Warnock chaired the Committee of Enquity into the Human Fertilisation and Embryology, whose report formed the basis of legislation in the UK
  • Lively and opinionated: reaching controversial conclusions about the endorsement of human cloning as a potential treatment for infertility
  • Examines the ethical problems faced by particular types of assisted reproduction, including artificial insemination, in-vitro fertilization, and surrogacy
  • Discredits many popular objections to the various forms of assisted reproduction
  • Mary Warnock chaired the Committee of Enquiry into the Human Fertilization and Embryology, whose report formed the basis of legislation in the UK
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