World Congress

for freedom of scientific research

A. Artificial reproduction technologies (ART)

10/09/2009

A.1.Prenatal genetic diagnosis (PGD) A.1.1. Is it permissible? If the answer is YES, then ask: A.1.1.1. Are there any limiting circumstances? A.2.Reproductive tissue cryoconservation A.2.1. Is it permissible to cryopreserve oocytes for future insemination(s)? If the answer is YES, then ask: A.2.1.1. Are there any limiting circumstances? A.2.2. Is it permissible to cryopreserve sperm for future insemination(s)? If the answer is YES, then ask: A.2.2.1. Are there any limiting circumstances? A.2.3. Is it permissible to cryopreserve embryos for future insemination(s)? If the answer is YES, then ask: A.2.3.1. Are there any limiting circumstances? A.3.Oocyte donation A.3.1. Is oocyte donation permitted? If the answer is YES, then ask: A.3.1.1. Are there any limiting circumstances? A.3.2. Is sperm donation permitted? If the answer is YES, then ask: A.3.2.1. Are there any limiting circumstances? A.4. Is the assisted procreation permitted to people affected by genetic or viral diseases, single or homosexual pairs? A.5 Surrogacy agreements (whereby a woman agrees to become pregnant for the purpose of gestating and giving birth to a child she will not raise but hand over to a contracted(party) A.5.1. Are agreements granting surrogacy rights enforceable? If the answer is YES, then ask: A.5.1.1. Are they restricted under any circumstances? About this issue also see IFFS Surveillance 2007: A Worldwide Compendium of National Rules and Regulations for ART and read about the situation in Europe

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