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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Hollywood actors and ex-married couple Sofia Vergara and Nick Loeb are at war over two frozen embryos. Vergara, who is Catholic, refuses to allow the embryos to be brought to term with a surrogate mother; Loeb, who is not, insists that they have a right to life. That is what happens when you take the embryo […]
The legal time limit on growing human embryos in a laboratory was challenged after biologists at the University of Cambridge showed that they could keep embryos alive up to and possibly beyond the permitted 14 days: http://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/news/fertility-watchdog-refuses-to-extend-embryo-time-limit-h8lg9q6h6 Source: The Times, Dec 8 2016
Articolo di Laura Gotti Tedeschi pubblicato sul sito Notizie Provita: http://www.notizieprovita.it/filosofia-e-morale/bambino-con-tre-genitori-anche-nel-regno-unito/
The UK moves closer to 3-parent embryos: https://www.theguardian.com/science/2016/nov/30/uk-doctors-to-seek-permission-to-create-baby-with-dna-from-three-people-mitochondrial-replacement-therapy That the HFEA will be the authority to give approval to this is particularly frightening. It cannot be repeated often enough that the UK does not have a democratically appointed bioethics committee.