Difference between revisions of "Belarus"

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|Eggs for assisted reproduction=?
|Eggs for assisted reproduction=permitted
|Eggs for research=?
|Eggs for research=permitted
|Inheritable genetic modification=?
|Inheritable genetic modification=PROHIBITED
|Preimplantation genetic diagnosis=?
|Preimplantation genetic diagnosis=social uses prohibited
|Reproductive cloning=?
|Reproductive cloning=?
|Research cloning=?
|Research cloning=?
|Sex selection=?
|Sex selection=Social uses prohibited
|Surrogacy=commercial prohibited
|Surrogacy=commercial prohibited
|European Union=
|European Union=

Revision as of 06:13, 31 May 2015

Region Europe
Population 9689800
GDP (millions USD) 44,773
National Policies
Eggs for assisted reproduction permitted
Eggs for research permitted
Inheritable genetic modification PROHIBITED
Preimplantation genetic diagnosis social uses prohibited
Reproductive cloning ?
Research cloning ?
Sex selection Social uses prohibited
Surrogacy commercial prohibited
International Agreements
1997 COE Biomedicine Convention not signed
1998 COE Cloning Convention not signed
2005 UN Cloning Vote no
2005 UNESCO Sports Doping Convention not ratified
2007 Treaty of Lisbon not signed

Key laws and policies

Belarus has legislation (Law No. 341-3 of 7 January 2012 on Assisted Reproductive Technologies), guidelines and a licensing body governing assisted reproduction.

Permitted and regulated practices

  • Anonymous and non-anonymous gamete donation
  • Egg donors aged 18-35
  • Egg donors must have already born a child
  • Embryo donation permitted
  • Gestational surrogacy permitted
  • Contract should include payment for reimbursement of medical expenses, meals, lodging of surrogate mother during gestation, childbirth and the postnatal period. (Although completely altruistic surrogacy may also occur between relatives)

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