Jan 27, 2004

Ethical considerations in newer reproductive technologies

Seminars in Perinatology
Frank A ChervenakZev Rosenwaks

Abstract

Ethics is an essential dimension of newer reproductive technologies. In this rapidly evolving field, there is a need for an ethical framework to guide both clinical practice and research. In this article, we provide such a framework that incorporates ethical principles, professional virtues, and the concept of the fetus as a patient. We then apply this framework to an important current clinical issue: the number of embryos to be transferred during in vitro fertilization; in addition to an emerging research issue: gene transfer research on in vitro embryos.

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Mentioned in this Paper

Embryo
Fetal Structures
Entire Fetus
Gene Transfer Techniques
Ethics, Clinical
Blastocyst Transfer
Assisted Reproductive Technologies
Fertilization in Vitro
Fertilization
Genetic Therapy, Somatic

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