The Human Embryo In Vitro

Breaking the Legal Stalemate

Proposes that the human embryo in vitro is in a unique 'legal stasis' between potential person and useful research artefact. Les mer
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Proposes that the human embryo in vitro is in a unique 'legal stasis' between potential person and useful research artefact.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Introduction; Part I. Into Liminality: 1. The evolution of 'the embryo' in law: a matter of process?; 2. 'The embryo' in law today: the human fertilisation and embryology act 1990 and beyond; 3. From process to purgatory: moving beyond legal stasis; Part II. Through Liminality: 4. Navigating legal purgatory: the otherness of embryos; 5. A liminal lens; Part III. Out of liminality: 6. A context based approach; 7. Looking forward: the 14-day rule, in vitro gametogenesis, and ectogenesis; Conclusion; Bibliography.

Om forfatteren

Catriona A. W. McMillan is a Senior Research Fellow in Medical Law and Ethics at the University of Edinburgh. Her research focuses on the intersection of health law, ethics, and society, particularly the regulation of reproduction, and advances in health technologies.