medically assisted procreation

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medically assisted procreation

A generic term for any of a range of techniques that enable infertile couples to have a child.
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PARIS -- Single women and lesbians in France won't have to go abroad to have babies anymore under a proposed new law that would give them access to medically assisted reproduction for the first time.
Medically assisted reproduction -- such as IVF -- is widely available to all women in countries such as Britain, Belgium, Spain and Israel.
Although these studies do not support the conclusion reached by a 2013 meta-analysis of 9 studies that specifically looked at ART and 16 other studies that looked at other types of medically assisted reproduction (such medically assisted reproduction as reproduction achieved through ovulation induction; controlled ovarian stimulation; ovulation triggering; intrauterine, intracervical, or intravaginal insemination) which reported a significant increased risk of overall cancers (relative risk, 1.33), including leukemia, CNS cancer, and neuroblastoma, (3) they do agree more closely with two prospective studies conducted in the United Kingdom and Nordic countries.
'The problems that have not been dealt with yet include uneven and non-standardized maternity benefits, problems with the alimony fund, unevenness in the practice of medically assisted reproduction between the entities, discrimination and mobbing in the workplace, violation of the rights of marginalized groups of women, institutional problems of women with disabilities, and the lack of women in the process of constitutional reform," stressed DA3/4ekman.
To my conviction, such laws cannot be deliberated at Seimas; therefore I had registered an amendment to the Civil Codex envisioning that medically assisted reproduction be regulated by the health minister himself, as all methods of treatment, in fact.
In 2011, depute PDL, Sandru Mihaela-loana, proposes a new law on the same subject of medically assisted reproduction. On the 2nd of May 2011 the law is sent to require a point of view of the Government that expresses its reserve towards it (lack of constitutionalization of some articles, the complex of bio-ethical elements, health and educational elements that should be subject of some more ample debates).
"This deletion almost always results in spermatogenic failure, so it would be extremely rare for it to be transmitted from father to son without medically assisted reproduction," said Page.
Although European legislation and harmonization in the domain of medically assisted reproduction iv presented as a partial solution to this phenomenon, it is argued that European legislation should be avoided as much as possible.
ITALIANS SEEKING FERTILITY TREATMENT HAVE BEEN thrown into confusion by the Medically Assisted Reproduction Law passed in March 2004.
Kahn cogently examines multiple vexing issues involved in surrogate motherhood, made legal in Israel in the late 1990s, the heated rabbinic debates around the issues of mamzerut, using Jewish and Gentile sperm for artificial inseminations, and other problems that the medical and legal establishments of Israel are grappling with in the realm of medically assisted reproduction.

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