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Beyond Abortion: Human Genetics And The New Eugenics, John R. Harding Jr. Nov 2012

Beyond Abortion: Human Genetics And The New Eugenics, John R. Harding Jr.

Pepperdine Law Review

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Family Law—Egg Donation And Stem Cell Research—Eggs For Sale: The Scrambled State Of Legislation In The Human Egg Market, Kitty L. Cone Oct 2012

Family Law—Egg Donation And Stem Cell Research—Eggs For Sale: The Scrambled State Of Legislation In The Human Egg Market, Kitty L. Cone

University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review

Rapid expansion of technology in medicine over the last few decades has both enhanced our lives and complicated our laws. For example, thanks to advances in science and medicine, couples who were previously unable to reproduce are now able to do so with the help of donors, medical personnel, and a host of other middlemen facilitating the process. The growth of medical technology has also lead to the advent of using human eggs for medical research. However, despite competing for eggs from a small pool of willing donors, there is a disparity in the law between the treatment of human ...