The most recent international laws relating to the status of the human embryo can be found in this chart referencing what has been established to date in the individual countries that have already engaged in this area of law. International Laws on the Human Embryo (Updated 30/7/14)
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This article has been published on the online journal Voices In Bioethics on July 28, 2015 By Katarina Lee Tick-tock goes our biological clocks. A law professor who I admire greatly, only half-jokingly said to my class that the new gift for women graduating from law school would be our parents paying for us to freeze our […]
Christopher White, director of research and education at the Center for Bioethics and Culture Network, on the National Review Online today warns about the uncontrolled consequences of IVF, such as egg and sperm donation and surrogacy. White writes that after the birth of the first test-tube baby Louise Brown in 1978 reproductive technology "may be seen […]
Canada's largest-circulation national newspaper, The Globe and Mail, has published a letter yesterday by Katarina Lee, a Contributing Researcher for CORE, in response to pro-choice Margaret Wente's article about Planned Parenthood’s alleged “black market” in harvesting and selling fetal body parts. Ms. Lee writes that "If one holds that an embryo/fetus is a person, and persons are entitled to […]
The Times has published a letter today by Katarina Lee, a Contributing Researcher for CORE. With reference to an article on surrogacy that appeared on the Times2 of July 20th, reporting that surrogacy in the US is regulated, Ms. Lee warns that it is inaccurate to state so. She writes: '[In the US] There is no federal […]