The case of the switched embryos

Robertson, John A.
November 1995
Hastings Center Report;Nov/Dec95, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p13
Academic Journal
Reports on the concerns on the integrity of human reproductive technology in the United States. Human error as a cause in the occurrence of switched embryos or gametes; Solutions to the childrearing question; Conflict between gestational and genetic parents; Legal resolution of the childrearing dilemma; Implications for assisted reproduction policy.


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