Assisted Reproduction in Denmark
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The aim of this chapter is to outline the overall Danish legal framework for the regulation of assisted reproductive technologies (ART) and discuss how and why this particular regulation came about. The Danish regulation of ART contains numerous issues that could be highlighted for discussion. For the purpose of comparison with the other chapters of this book, the elements of preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), egg-donation and surrogacy are highlighted although most issues relating to ART were subject to parliamentary debate concurrently as these issues are all regulated in a single Act.
|Title of host publication||Assisted Reproduction in Europe|
|Editors||Erich Griessler, Heleen Weyers, Nicole Zeegers, Lenka Slepickova|
|Number of pages||17|
|Publication status||Submitted - 2019|