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Protection of Conscience Project

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Service, not Servitude
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Procedures and Services


ARTIFICIAL REPRODUCTION

2005-Present

Stop fretting about 3-parent embryos and get ready for "multiplex parenting"
(United Kingdom: 2014)

  • Michael Cook* |  The controversy over three-parent embryos could soon be old hat. Writing in one of the world's leading journals, one of Britain's best-known bioethicists has outlined a strategy for creating children with four or more genetic parents. He calls it "multiplex parenting". . .
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2000-2004

Controversies in Operating Reproductive Health Services
(Chile: 2001)

  • Dr. Pilar Vigil Portales* | . . .In summary, the changes introduced in our culture have confronted OB/GYN with ethic dilemmas, especially important in areas dealing with human life, procreation and embryonic and genetic manipulation. It becomes necessary to reinforce the dignity of human life, not just because it is a living organism, but because of its humanity. . .
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1995-1999

Human embryos are 'reproductive material'
(Canada: 1999)

  • Marnie Ko | . . .the new law will present the government with a tricky legal conundrum it will probably avoid the word adoption. "It might be cute to call this adoption," he says, "but I suspect that to avoid conferring legal personhood on the unborn the government will treat embryos as a property rights issue, using a word more akin to ownership." . . .
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Experiences of Christian Medical & Dental Associations Members
(USA: 1995-1999)

  • Physician ceases provision of artificial insemination to all patients as a result of concern that she would be sued if she did not provide it to non-married persons and those identifying themselves as homosexual.
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