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Three Person Babies: Who Do We Recognize as Parents and Why?

(Huffington Post) – The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority’s (HFEA) decision to permit the licencing of fertility treatment involving genetic information from three people has sparked a renewed debate about who should be recognised as the parents of a child. The HFEA’s decision does not alter the legal position, but society’s perceptions of who is a parent remain in a state of flux.

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