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|Prohibited practices=REPRODUCTIVE CLONING
 
|Prohibited practices=REPRODUCTIVE CLONING
 
*Reproductive cloning is prohibited by the Ethical Guidelines on Human Embryonic Stem Cell and the Regulation on Human Assisted Reproductive Technologies.<ref name="gppc">Genetics and Public Policy Center, "[http://www.dnapolicy.org/policy.international.php?action=detail&laws_id=23 Human Reproductive Technology Ordinance (China)]"</ref>  
 
*Reproductive cloning is prohibited by the Ethical Guidelines on Human Embryonic Stem Cell and the Regulation on Human Assisted Reproductive Technologies.<ref name="gppc">Genetics and Public Policy Center, "[http://www.dnapolicy.org/policy.international.php?action=detail&laws_id=23 Human Reproductive Technology Ordinance (China)]"</ref>  
 
RESEARCH CLONING
 
*Research cloning is specifically allowed.<ref name=cd>Jia Hepend, "[http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/english/doc/2005-03/31/content_429816.htm China supports therapeutic cloning]," ''China Daily'', March 31, 2005</ref>
 
  
 
SEX SELECTION
 
SEX SELECTION
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* The above mentioned Administrative Measures ban all forms of trade in fertilised eggs and embryos.
 
* The above mentioned Administrative Measures ban all forms of trade in fertilised eggs and embryos.
  
EGG DONATION
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*Egg donation is practiced in circumstances where an excess number of eggs (greater than 20) have been retrieved from an IVF patient and prior written consent has been given.
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|Permitted and regulated practices=EGG DONATION  
|Permitted and regulated practices=
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Egg donation is practiced in circumstances where an excess number of eggs (greater than 20) have been retrieved from an IVF patient and prior written consent has been given.  
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RESEARCH CLONING
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*Research cloning is specifically allowed.<ref name=cd>Jia Hepend, "[http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/english/doc/2005-03/31/content_429816.htm China supports therapeutic cloning]," ''China Daily'', March 31, 2005</ref>
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|Regulatory activities=
 
|Regulatory activities=
 
|Accountability and governance=In October 2014 six government departments held a meeting to review a special program on fighting illegal medical practices that had been in operation since September 2013 the meeting included discussion that 'the NHFPC and the Ministry of Public Security dealt with illegal assisted reproductive technology cases in Hubei' (http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/m/chinahealth/2014-11/05/content_18873249.htm)
 
|Accountability and governance=In October 2014 six government departments held a meeting to review a special program on fighting illegal medical practices that had been in operation since September 2013 the meeting included discussion that 'the NHFPC and the Ministry of Public Security dealt with illegal assisted reproductive technology cases in Hubei' (http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/m/chinahealth/2014-11/05/content_18873249.htm)

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