United States

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The United States

Contents

Key Laws and Policies

The United States has no federal laws or policies governing human genetic and reproductive technologies, although there are a number of such policies among the various states.

Foundational Values

The United States has no federal foundational values concerning human genetic and reproductive technologies.

Prohibited Practices

The United States has no federal prohibited practices within human genetic and reproductive technologies, although there are a number of such policies among the various states.

Permitted and Regulated Practices

The United States has no federal explicitly permitted or regulated practices within human genetic and reproductive technologies, although there are a number of such policies among the various states.

Regulatory Activities

The United States has no federal regulatory activities over human genetic and reproductive technologies.

Accountability and Governance

The United States has no federal accountability and governance over human genetic and reproductive technologies.

History

The United States has no federal history of laws, policies, or regulation of human genetic and reproductive technologies.