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Legal Conceptions: The Evolving Law and Policy of Assisted Reproductive Technologies

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  • Posted November 26, 2009

    A Brilliant Book is Born

    This book is a must read for medical and legal professionals alike, as well as any scholars, students or others interested in the professional liability issues raised by adoption, egg, sperm and embryo donation, and other reproductive technologies ranging from posthumous reproduction to gestational surrogacy. A fascinating exploration of the cross-sections between the law and medicine. Written by two of the people at the helm of the reproductive technology field - Dr. Howard Jones (founder of the Jones Institute for Reproductive Medicine which was responsible for the first In Vitro Fertilization and Frozen Embryo births in the US) and Attorney Susan Crockin (founding partner of the Crockin Law and Policy group and 20 year author of the column Legally Speaking on which the book is based) - it is hard to imagine a more qualified, pair to discuss the emerging legal and medical issues in this field. In a field where laws have yet to be written, it's imperative for all parties to understand the issues at stake. This book explains the issues an a comprehensive, clear and compelling way, using relevant journal columns and cases to investigate emerging law in this field.

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