German legislation to protect embryos

Karcher, Helmut L.
August 1989
BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);8/19/89, Vol. 299 Issue 6697, p476
Academic Journal
Focuses on the Embryo Protection Bill implemented in Germany. Emphasis on the control of fertilization and embryo transfer practices in the country; Guidelines relative to embryo transplantation and insemination; Criticisms of social democrats on the legality of the regulation.


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