mercredi 17 janvier 2018
Is the intention to adopt a child affected by legalized oocyte donation ? A comparative study of eight European countries
Oocyte donation is an effective treatment for females who experience the disability of infertility. The treatment is legal in most of the European countries, but is forbidden in Norway by binding laws. The Norwegian Biotechnology Advisory Board (NBAB) has recommended a change in the Norwegian legislation, but in their recommendation, they discuss how this might reduce the intention to adopt. Because the possible effect is characterized by uncertainty, this study compares eight European countries, five of them who legalize oocyte donation, and three who do not, and the possible effect on the intention to adopt.
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Mémoire de Marlene Kvale