ectogenesis


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ectogenesis

Having origin and undergoing early growth outside the body, as in the case of IN VITRO FERTILIZATION.
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The Legal and Ethical Ramifications of Ectogenesis.
Here was Haldanes ectogenesis, only with the insertion of the resulting embryo into a woman's womb.
16) We would not have to face the unique questions raised by ectogenesis because children would still be gestated inside an existing person's body.
If ectogenesis were even possible, we could play all the tricks we liked on the early development of man .
la ectogenesis puede afectar al proceso historico generando en los "ectonatos" una disociacion con el pasado, no por el metodo biologico de su produccion o genesis (?
Feminist Concerns about Ectogenesis, in Healing Technology: Feminist Perspectives in Medical Ethics (Kathryn Strother Ratcliff ed.
Similar future shocks will come from the genetic engineering of microbes and from ectogenesis.
The Brave New World scenario would mean women no longer need to carry a baby from conception, using ectogenesis instead.
The process - known medically as ectogenesis - has already been used to give birth to a goat in Japan.
ectogenesis (maintaining an embryo outside of the human body; i.