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|Title:||Legal and ethical problems of regulating relations regarding the use of assisted reproductive technologies|
|Authors:||Shevchuk, S. S.|
Шевчук, С. С.
Sagalaeva, E. S.
Сагалаева, Е. С.
Volodkova, E. N.
Володькова, Е. Н.
Kashurin, I. N.
Кашурин, И. Н.
Razumov, P. V.
Разумов, П. В.
|Keywords:||Donor sex cells;Embryo;Generative organs tissues;Infertility;Reproductive technologies;Surrogate arrangement|
|Citation:||Shevchuk, S.S., Sagalaeva, E.S., Volodkova, E.N., Kashurin, I.N., Razumov, P.V. Legal and ethical problems of regulating relations regarding the use of assisted reproductive technologies // Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research. - 2018. - Volume 10. - Issue 7. - Pages 1716-1722|
|Series/Report no.:||Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research|
|Abstract:||The paper is devoted to the research, analysis and solution of problems of legal regulation of relations in connection with the use of assisted reproductive technologies as special methods of infertility treatment. The modern domestic legal base and law-enforcement practice in the field of relations regarding artificial insemination are investigated. Some theoretical, practical and moral problems affecting the provision and protection of the rights and interests of participants in this kind of social relations are analyzed. The long-overdue need to develop and improve the legal regulation of relations regarding the use of assisted reproductive technologies is justified. The scientific novelty of the work is the authors’ attempt to determine the main trends and directions of legislative support of this sphere of social relations and substantiate the most constructive proposals in order to improve the corresponding mechanism of legal regulation; the authors have studied the history of the establishment and development of the institute of artificial means of reproduction and analyzed the current norms of law|
|Appears in Collections:||Статьи, проиндексированные в SCOPUS, WOS|
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