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Minerva Ginecologica 2001 April;53(2):147-64

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Ethical problems concerning artificial fecondation

Grio R., Colla F.


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In view of the seriousness of the facts regarding artificial fecondation as reported in the news and by the mass media, the various experiments carried out are analysed from the anthropological and ethical points of view. The purpose of these experiments is the procreation of a person and all those who are implicated in ''vital'' decisions‹physicians, nurses, legislators and families‹are invited to refrain from carrying out experiments or actions that might be damaging to the dignity of people and the couple in question.

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