Difference between revisions of "France"

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|image_flag=France_flag.gif
 
|image_flag=France_flag.gif
 
|Region=Europe
 
|Region=Europe
|Population=64,473,140
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|Population=64473140
|GDP=2,560,255
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|GDP=2560255
 
|Eggs for assisted reproduction=commercial allowed
 
|Eggs for assisted reproduction=commercial allowed
 
|Eggs for research=commercial prohibited
 
|Eggs for research=commercial prohibited
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|Reproductive cloning=PROHIBITED
 
|Reproductive cloning=PROHIBITED
 
|Research cloning=PROHIBITED
 
|Research cloning=PROHIBITED
|Sex selection=social uses prohibited
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|Sex selection=?
 
|Surrogacy=PROHIBITED
 
|Surrogacy=PROHIBITED
 
|European Union=Member
 
|European Union=Member
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|2005 UNESCO Sports Doping Convention=RATIFIED
 
|2005 UNESCO Sports Doping Convention=RATIFIED
 
|Treaty of Lisbon=RATIFIED
 
|Treaty of Lisbon=RATIFIED
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|Introduction=
 
|Key laws and policies=* Bioethics Law No. 2004-800 ([http://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/affichTexte.do?cidTexte=JORFTEXT000000441469&dateTexte= LOI n° 2004-800 du 6 août 2004 relative à la bioéthique]) (August 6, 2004), found in:
 
|Key laws and policies=* Bioethics Law No. 2004-800 ([http://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/affichTexte.do?cidTexte=JORFTEXT000000441469&dateTexte= LOI n° 2004-800 du 6 août 2004 relative à la bioéthique]) (August 6, 2004), found in:
 
** Penal code, Book II - Felonies and Misdemeanors against Persons, Title I - Crimes against Humanity and Against Persons, [http://195.83.177.9/code/liste.phtml?lang=uk&c=33&r=3676 Subtitle II - Crimes against Persons]
 
** Penal code, Book II - Felonies and Misdemeanors against Persons, Title I - Crimes against Humanity and Against Persons, [http://195.83.177.9/code/liste.phtml?lang=uk&c=33&r=3676 Subtitle II - Crimes against Persons]
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** Procurement of organs, tissues and cells
 
** Procurement of organs, tissues and cells
 
** Storage of tissues and cells
 
** Storage of tissues and cells
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Note French legislation requires that an embryo conceived in vitro must employ the egg or sperm of at least one member of the couple.
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Anonymous egg or sperm donation is otherwise permitted.
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Donation of eggs or sperm must be gratuitous, the law prohibits any payment.
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Donation of embryos: Embryos conceived by a couple who no longer are going to use them, can be donated to another couple on certain conditions. For example, the donation is subject to a decision by the legal authority (formalising the procedure), which obtains the consent of the couple initially responsible for the conception of the embryo. The principles of anonymity and gratuity also apply.
 
|Regulatory activities=The French Biomedicine Agency conducts these activities regarding assisted reproductive technologies and diagnosis:
 
|Regulatory activities=The French Biomedicine Agency conducts these activities regarding assisted reproductive technologies and diagnosis:
 
* Authorizes multidisciplinary centers for prenatal diagnosis
 
* Authorizes multidisciplinary centers for prenatal diagnosis
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* 6 social scientists or ethicists.   
 
* 6 social scientists or ethicists.   
 
Members are appointed for 3-year terms. The steering committee examines every research project or study on the embryo or embryonic stem cells and gives its expert opinion before the decision concerning authorization is taken.
 
Members are appointed for 3-year terms. The steering committee examines every research project or study on the embryo or embryonic stem cells and gives its expert opinion before the decision concerning authorization is taken.
|External links=* [http://www.agence-biomedecine.fr/en/index.asp Agence de la biomédecine]
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|History=
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|External links=* Agency of Biomedicine: [http://www.agence-biomedecine.fr/en/index.asp Agence de la biomédecine]
 
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== References ==
 
== References ==
 
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