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The quest for a perfect child: how far should the law intervene?

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This chapter investigates what, if anything, is wrong with the quest for the perfect child. It will examine the extent to which there is a genuine need to regulate artificial reproductive technologies and suggest some alternatives to the current legislative framework before briefly focusing on an area associated with the use of ARTs that has not been assessed by the other authors in the collection, namely post menopausal pregnancy.

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Biggs, Hazel (2006) The quest for a perfect child: how far should the law intervene? In, Biggs, Hazel and Horsey, Kirsty (eds.) Human Fertilisation and Embryology: Reproducing Regulation. New York, US, Routledge Cavendish pp. 1-15. (Biomedical Law and Ethics Library).

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Published date: 2006

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Local EPrints ID: 149205
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/149205
ISBN: 9781844720903
PURE UUID: 4ff59623-7773-4d94-9098-fa692ee1cad7

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Date deposited: 22 Jun 2010 07:59
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 19:30

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Author: Hazel Biggs
Editor: Hazel Biggs
Editor: Kirsty Horsey

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