Ethics. Research. Community.

Human assisted procreation and human rights--the Greek response to the felt necessities of the time.

European journal of health law. 
10
(3): 
271-280; 
2003. 
(English). 
[Record Source: PubMed]
The new reproductive technologies enable otherwise infertile couples to reproduce noncoitally. Problems arising from the new reproductive techniques refer to the persons entitled to have access thereto, to the methods accepted (such as procreation by means of a surrogate mother), to the storage and donation of gametes and embryos, to donor anonymity etc. Although homologous and heterologous insemination and in vitro fertilisation have been performed in Greece for a long time, legal provisions thereon have been established only recently: Law 3089/2002 on assisted procreation builds the respective legal frame, regulating main aspects in this crucial field of interwoven human rights and social duties.
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