Difference between revisions of "Argentina"

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*The law provides citizens (without limitations on marriage or sexual orientation) with coverage for simple and complex fertilization techniques (including for example, with or without a donation of gametes or embryos).  
 
*The law provides citizens (without limitations on marriage or sexual orientation) with coverage for simple and complex fertilization techniques (including for example, with or without a donation of gametes or embryos).  
  
*See also Medically Assisted Reproduction 956/2013 Decree Law No. 26,862. Access to comprehensive health-care procedures and techniques of medically assisted reproduction.
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* Prohibition on Human Cloning Research, Decree No. 200/97, ([Prohíbese los Experimentos de Clonación Relacionados con Seres Humanos]) (March 7, 1997)<ref name=ajlm>George J. Annas, Lori B. Andrews and Rosario M. Isasi, "[http://geneticsandsociety.org/article.php?id=159 Protecting the Endangered Human: Toward an International Treaty Prohibiting Cloning and Inheritable Alterations]," ''American Journal of Law and Medicine'' (Vol. 28. Nos. 2 & 3, 2002).</ref>
 
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* Prohibition on Human Cloning Research, Decree No. 200/97, ([Prohíbese los Experimentos de Clonación Relacionados con Seres Humanos]) (March 7, 1997)<ref name=ajlm>George J. Annas, Lori B. Andrews and Rosario M. Isasi, "[http://geneticsandsociety.org/article.php?id=159 Protecting the Endangered Human: Toward an International Treaty Prohibiting Cloning and Inheritable Alterations]," ''American Journal of Law and Medicine'' (Vol. 28. Nos. 2 & 3, 2002)</ref>
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|Foundational values=* The new laws governing Assisted Reproduction are based upon corroborative and preexisting rights under the Argentinean Constitution (Article 75, Section 22) and international treaties regarding non-discrimination and the right to raise a family, in close connection with the right to health.
 
|Foundational values=* The new laws governing Assisted Reproduction are based upon corroborative and preexisting rights under the Argentinean Constitution (Article 75, Section 22) and international treaties regarding non-discrimination and the right to raise a family, in close connection with the right to health.
  

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