To what extent does the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 1990 (as amended) provide real choice and opportunities for assisted reproduction, and how could this be improved
A major constraint for some couples is the costs involved in infertility treatment. The Act does not regulate the costs that can be charged which leads to some couples seeking treatment from other jurisdictions. The Act also regulates access to treatment and provides that treatment that involves the use of third party games can be carried out only under licence (section 4(1)). Section 13(5) requires that providers of treatment consider the welfare of any future child that could be born as a result of treatment when deciding whether to offer treatment to a couple. The Act permits screening out embryos during the selection process principally on account of genetic defects.
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