Regulating the New Reproductive Technologies
I am pleased to comment on the paper of Ms. Andrews. Although I will take a significantly different approach than hers, we are all indebted to her for attempting what may be an impossible task, i.e., giving the feminist perspective on the new reproductive technologies. There are a number of “feminist perspectives” on these highly emotional and personal issues. I see my primary task here as presenting an alternative one.
KeywordsHuman Embryo Feminist Perspective Donor Screening Legal Rear Donor Anonymity
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Notes and References
- 1.A more detailed discussion is contained in chapter 9, “Noncoital Reproduction” in Elias, S. and Annas, G. J., Reproductive Genetics and the Law (1987), and Elias and Annas, Social Policy Considerations in Noncoital Reproduction, Journal of the American Medical Association, 1986; 255:61–68.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
- 2.For a more detailed discussion of the Baby M case see, Annas, G. J., The Case of Baby M: Babies (and Justice) for Sale, Hastings Center Report, June, 1987.Google Scholar