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Gamete donation : current ethics in the European Union.
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Year: 1998 Publisher: S.l. Oxford university press,

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New ways of making babies : the case of egg donation
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ISBN: 0253330580 Year: 1996 Volume: *3 Publisher: Bloomington Indiana University Press

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In this book, leading scholars investigate the difficult ethical, legal, and policy issues that surround egg donation and the new reproductive technologies as a whole. Of special interest are feminist inquiries into perceptions of women involved in egg donation; the effects of race, ethnicity, and socio-economic status on the uses of such technologies; and moral and theological questions about whether third-party gamete donation should be used at all. In addition, the book describes procedures at four egg-donation centers in the United States, including private for-profit and university-based non-profit programs, and presents a new set of guidelines from the National Advisory Board on Ethics in Reproduction (NABER), a panel in the private sector with members from the fields of ethics, theology, law, medicine, genetics, and public policy.


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Truth and the child 10 years on: information exchange in donor-assisted conception
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ISBN: 1861780281 Year: 1998 Publisher: Birmingham British Association of Social Workers

Choosing assisted reproduction : social, emotional and ethical considerations.
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ISBN: 0944934196 0944934226 Year: 1998 Publisher: Indianapolis Perspectives Press,

In search of parenthood : coping with infertility and high-tech conception.
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ISBN: 1566392594 Year: 1994 Publisher: Philadelphia Temple University Press,

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Presents personal and professional accounts of methods of conception for those coping with infertility.Judith N. Lasker is a Professor of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Lehigh University. Susan Borg is Director of the Department of Urban Planning and Development, West Orange, New Jersey. Together they have also authored "When Pregnancy Fails: Families Coping with Miscarriage, Ectopic Pregnancy, Stillbirth and Infant Death."


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Fertility and faith : the ethics of human fertilization.
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ISBN: 0851111807 Year: 1997 Publisher: Leicester Inter-Varsity Press,

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While research into techniques of human fertilization and embryology progresses rapidly, crucial moral questions like these have yet to be answered. Churches have failed to influence the debate because of their incomplete understanding of the issues. Divergent views have lessened the impact of their response and have sent confusing messages to the rest of the world. In this thorough and original analysis, Brendan McCarthy higlights the unclear moral basis of laws governing human fertilization techniques, and establishes a convincing foundation for a Christian approach.


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La fertilité contrariée : les moyens de comprendre, les raisons d'espérer
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ISBN: 280411886X Year: 1994 Volume: *21 Publisher: Bruxelles : De Boeck,

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Devenue un fait de société par le nombre de personnes qu'elle touche et par les débats que ses développements suscitent, la Procréation Médicalement Assistée repose d'abord et avant tout sur des réalités biomédicales. Loin du forum bioéthique, la fivete, ses corollaires et dérivés, ont comme unique objectif de permettre à des couples stériles de connaître les joies de la conception alors que les réalités anatomiques, endocriniennes ou autres le leur interdisent spontanément. Rédigée par un biologiste, la fertitité contrariée ne se contente pas de faire un inventaire des recettes ni des traitements médicaux réparateurs. Elle rappelle d'abord les réalités génétiques, biochimiques et physiologiques qui autorisent la conception. Elle aborde ensuite avec méthode les alternatives thérapeutiques qui permettent d'espérer une conception lorsqu'un ou plusieurs paramètrres, chez l'homme, la femme ou les deux, pêchent par défaut ou par excès. De la mise au point clinique à la fivete, l'auteur aborde les différentes ressources thérapeutiques offertes aujourd'hui par les PMA en en détaillant le " pourquoi " et le " comment ", les avantages mais aussi les limites. Sans concession et avec le recul pondéré dû à plus de dix ans de pratique quotidienne. Le texte est assorti d'un lexique qui offre une définition à près de 300 mots et acronymes liés aux PMA et à la reproduction en général. L'ouvrage apparaît donc comme un recours nécessaire sinon indispensable pour toute personne concernée par cette problématique, que ce soit à titre personnel ou professionnel.

Aspects éthiques de la reproduction humaine
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ISBN: 2742000860 9782742000869 Year: 1995 Publisher: Montrouge : Libbey ,

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Human reproduction --- Bioethics --- Reproduction humaine --- Bioéthique --- Moral and ethical aspects --- Congresses --- Aspect moral --- Congrès --- Ethique médicale --- 174.2 --- #GBIB:CBMER --- Reproduction --- Ethics, Medical --- Reproductive Techniques --- anticonceptie (voorbehoedsmiddelen, contraceptie, geboortecontrole) --- foetaal weefsel --- neonatale intensieve zorg --- eiceldonatie (eicel) --- zaadceldonatie (spermadonatie) --- draagmoederschap (zwangerschap-voor-een-ander, draagmoeder, surrogaatmoeder) --- vrouwenbesnijdenis (vrouwelijke genitale verminking) --- sekseselectie (geslachtsselectie) --- embryo-onderzoek (embryo's in vitro) --- Reproduction Technics --- Reproduction Techniques --- Reproductive Technologies --- Technology, Reproductive --- Reproductive Technology --- Reproduction Technic --- Reproduction Technique --- Reproductive Technique --- Technic, Reproduction --- Technics, Reproduction --- Technique, Reproduction --- Technique, Reproductive --- Techniques, Reproduction --- Techniques, Reproductive --- Technologies, Reproductive --- Selective Breeding --- Reproductive Medicine --- Reproductive Health Services --- Medical Ethics --- Medicine --- Professionalism --- Human Reproductive Index --- Human Reproductive Indexes --- Reproductive Period --- Human Reproductive Indices --- Index, Human Reproductive --- Indexes, Human Reproductive --- Indices, Human Reproductive --- Period, Reproductive --- Periods, Reproductive --- Reproductive Index, Human --- Reproductive Indices, Human --- Reproductive Periods --- Human physiology --- Reproductive health --- Reproductive rights --- Beroepsmoraal van de artsen. Medische beroepsethiek --- contraception (contrôle des naissances) --- tissus foetaux --- soins néonataux intensifs --- don d'ovules (don d'ovocytes, ovule, ovocyte) --- don de sperme --- maternité de substitution (grossesse de substitution, gestation pour autrui, mère-porteuse, mère de substitution) --- excision (circoncision féminine, mutilation sexuelle féminine) --- sélection de sexe (choix du sexe) --- recherche sur l'embryon (embryons in vitro) --- ethics --- Conferences - Meetings --- 174.2 Beroepsmoraal van de artsen. Medische beroepsethiek --- Bioéthique --- Congrès

Nameless relations : anonymity, melanesia and reproductive gift exchange between British ova donors and recipients.
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ISBN: 157181647X 184545040X Year: 2005 Publisher: New York Berghahn,

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Based on the author's fieldwork at assisted conception clinics in England in the mid-1990s, this is the first ethnographic study of the new procreative practices of anonymous ova and embryo donation. Giving voice to both groups of women participating in the demanding donation experience – the donors on the one side and the ever-hopeful IVF recipients on the other – Konrad shows how one dimension of the new reproductive technologies involves an unfamiliar relatedness between nameless and untraceable procreative strangers. Offsetting informants’ local narratives against traditional Western folk models of the ‘sexed’ reproductive body, the book challenges some of the basic assumptions underlying conventional biomedical discourse of altruistic donation that clinicians and others promote as “gifts of life.” It brings together a wide variety of literatures from social anthropology, social theory, cultural studies of science and technology, and feminist bioethics to discuss the relationship between recent developments in biotechnology and changing conceptions of personal origins, genealogy, kinship, biological ownership and notions of bodily integrity.

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Artificial insemination, Human --- Kula exchange. --- Confidentiality --- Cross-Cultural Comparison --- Interpersonal Relations --- Oocyte Donation --- Women --- eiceldonatie (eicel) --- anonimiteit --- verwantschap --- Kula ring --- Ceremonial exchange --- Massim (Papua New Guinean people) --- Rites and ceremonies --- Ovum Donation --- Donation, Oocyte --- Donation, Ovum --- Donations, Oocyte --- Donations, Ovum --- Oocyte Donations --- Ovum Donations --- Directed Tissue Donation --- Gender Issues --- Husband-Wife Communication --- Partner Communication --- Relations, Gender --- Gender Relations --- Social Interaction --- Communication, Husband-Wife --- Communication, Partner --- Communications, Husband-Wife --- Communications, Partner --- Gender Issue --- Gender Relation --- Husband Wife Communication --- Husband-Wife Communications --- Interaction, Social --- Interactions, Social --- Interpersonal Relation --- Issue, Gender --- Issues, Gender --- Partner Communications --- Relation, Gender --- Relation, Interpersonal --- Relations, Interpersonal --- Social Interactions --- Friends --- Emotional Intelligence --- Confidential Information --- Secrecy --- Patient Data Privacy --- Privacy of Patient Data --- Privileged Communication --- Communication, Privileged --- Communications, Privileged --- Data Privacy, Patient --- Information, Confidential --- Privacy, Patient Data --- Privileged Communications --- Duty to Warn --- Privacy --- Disclosure --- Anonymous Testing --- Parental Notification --- Donor insemination, Human --- Human artificial insemination --- Human donor insemination --- Human reproductive technology --- Girls --- Woman --- Women's Groups --- Girl --- Women Groups --- Women's Group --- Social aspects. --- psychology --- don d'ovules (don d'ovocytes, ovule, ovocyte) --- anonymat --- parenté --- Commerce --- Melanesië --- Sociology of the family. Sociology of sexuality --- Ethnology. Cultural anthropology --- Great Britain --- Kula exchange --- Transcultural Studies --- Comparison, Cross-Cultural --- Comparisons, Cross-Cultural --- Cross Cultural Comparison --- Cross-Cultural Comparisons --- Studies, Transcultural --- Study, Transcultural --- Transcultural Study --- Cultural Characteristics --- Culture --- Social aspects

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