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Bioethic Concerns 34 Years After 1st Test Tube Baby

mjlst-logo-button.pngProfessor Susan Wolf, Founding Chair of the Consortium on Law and Values in Health, Environment & the Life Sciences (which oversees and manages MJLST) discusses the latest bioethical concerns related to in vitro fertilization (IVF) on Minnesota Public Radio's The Daily Circuit program (click play button below):

In related content, MJLST Issue 10.1 included an article by Debora Spar, author of The Baby Business: How Money, Science and Politics Drive the Commerce of Conception and attorney Anna M. Harrington entitled "Building a Better Baby Business" that offers a road map to ensuring quality and equity in the reproductive technology industry.

For insights into understanding legal responses to technological change, using in vitro fertilization as an example, see Understanding Legal Responses to Technological Change of In Vitro Fertilization, by Lyria Bennett Moses in MJLST Issue 6.2.