by Sam Everingham
Posted on 2019-12-11 at 06:17:29
Crucial IVF Considerations – When Medicine Meets Law
Pre-implantation embryo screening, egg donation, and surrogacy are not just methods that can increase your chances of a healthy baby. Those procedures need to be legally regulated, and while some counties prohibit any of these kinds of ART, others create a legal framework to make realizing parenthood possible. What is the balance between modern ART treatment and legislation? What can intended parents expect from programs on bringing babies home? What documents and instructions should doctors follow? This session explains the key points to ensure you have the best chances both for self-cycling IVF protocols and surrogacy.
Dr Diana Obidniak, Head of International Cooperation, IVF Clinic & Medical Director, International Surrogacy Agency, St Petersburg
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