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Donor conception and birth certificates - more steps in the right direction

By Eric Blyth


A springboard for revisiting the role that birth certificates might play in facilitating the ability of a donor-conceived person to access information about their genetic and biographical history (a proposal initially mooted by the Warnock Committee, but never acted on, in 1984) (1), was provided by the joint committee of the House of Lords and House of Commons scrutinising the then Human Tissue and Embryos (Draft) Bill in 2007 (2)

Topics: HQ, H1
Publisher: Progress Educational Trust
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:3630

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