Difference between revisions of "Argentina"

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|Permitted and regulated practices=*In 2013, the first recognition by a Court of a surrogacy arrangement occurred. It declared a couple parenting a child born as a result of an altruistic surrogacy arrangement, to be the legal parents of that child, pursuant to Article 16 of Argentina's  Constitution and the Children's Rights Convention. The couple's own eggs and sperm were used, and the surrogate was a friend.
 
|Permitted and regulated practices=*In 2013, the first recognition by a Court of a surrogacy arrangement occurred. It declared a couple parenting a child born as a result of an altruistic surrogacy arrangement, to be the legal parents of that child, pursuant to Article 16 of Argentina's  Constitution and the Children's Rights Convention. The couple's own eggs and sperm were used, and the surrogate was a friend.
  
Surrogacy, preimplantation genetic diagnosis, and providing eggs are covered by ethical guidelines.
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*Surrogacy, preimplantation genetic diagnosis, and providing eggs are covered by ethical guidelines.
  
Argentina also recently adopted new ethical guidelines that now permit embryo experimentation on non-viable embryos with stringent experimental protocols required.
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*Argentina also recently adopted new ethical guidelines that now permit embryo experimentation on non-viable embryos with stringent experimental protocols required.
 
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|Regulatory activities=
 
|Accountability and governance=
 
|Accountability and governance=

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