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Author Warnock, Mary.

Title Making babies : is there a right to have children
Published New York : Oxford University Press, 2002


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Description vi, 120 pages ; 21 cm
regular print
Contents Introduction -- Techniques of assisted reproduction -- Who pays? -- The right that no stone should be left unturned -- What constitutes a right? -- Do people need to have children? -- Can there be a right to do what is morally wrong? -- The moral status of the human embryo -- Back to infertility -- May doctors refuse treatment? -- The slippery slope -- Interim conclusion -- Are those who are not infertile entitled to assisted conception? -- Openness -- Why do homosexuals want children? -- The natural and the unnatural -- The search for security -- Is fear a proper basis for moral judgement? -- Conclusions so far -- Are all methods of fertility treatment legitimate? -- Cloning: 1997-2001 -- Would the cloning of humans be intrinsically wrong? -- A rights-based morality
Analysis Reproduction
Medical procedures
Human rights
Overseas item
Assisted reproduction
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
Subject Embryo transplantation -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Infertility -- Treatment -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Human cloning -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Human reproduction -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Infertility -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Artificial insemination -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Fertilization in vitro -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Surrogate mothers -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Cloning -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Medical ethics.
Reproductive technology -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Human reproductive technology -- Moral and ethical aspects.
Fertilization in Vitro.
Reproductive Techniques.
Surrogate Mothers.
Ethics, Medical.
Insemination, Artificial.
Embryo Transfer.
Public Policy.
Public Opinion.
LC no. 2002031612
ISBN 0192803344