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The Next Frontier in Reproductive Tourism? Genetic Modification

November 21, 2016

(The Conversation) – Medical tourism for assisted reproductive technologies raises a host of legal and ethical questions. While new reproductive technologies, like mitochondrial replacement, promise to bring significant benefits, the absence of regulations means that some of these questions, including those related to safety and risks are unanswered, even as people are starting to use them.

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