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|Key laws and policies=* Law 63/2012
 
|Key laws and policies=* Law 63/2012
  
* “Memorandum Privind Proiectul de Lege Referitor la Reprodurecea Umana Asistata Cu Tert Donator in Romania,” European Centre for Law and Justice, http://eclj.org/pdf/memorandum-eclj-proiectul-de-lege-privind-reproducerea-umana-asistata-medical-cu-tert-donator-15-mai-2012.pdf
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* “Memorandum Privind Proiectul de Lege Referitor la Reprodurecea Umana Asistata Cu Tert Donator in Romania,” European Centre for Law and Justice, http://eclj.org/pdf/memorandum-eclj-proiectul-de-lege-privind-reproducerea-umana-asistata-medical-cu-tert-donator-15-mai-2012.pdf.
 
|Foundational values=
 
|Foundational values=
 
|Prohibited practices=Romania's ratification of the [[Council of Europe|Council of Europe's]] Convention on Biomedicine and the Additional Protocol Regarding Human Cloning commits it to prohibitions on:  
 
|Prohibited practices=Romania's ratification of the [[Council of Europe|Council of Europe's]] Convention on Biomedicine and the Additional Protocol Regarding Human Cloning commits it to prohibitions on:  
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Section 14 of law 63/2012 prohibits:
 
Section 14 of law 63/2012 prohibits:
* abusive production of embryos;
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* Abusive production of embryos  
* genetic manipulation on embryos;
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* Genetic manipulation of embryos  
* post-mortem insemination;
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* Post-mortem insemination  
* illegal donation of embryos;
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* Illegal donation of embryos  
* gametes trafficking;
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* Gametes trafficking
* collection of gametes without consent;
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* Collection of gametes without consent  
* mixing gametes;
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* Mixing gametes  
* selective abortion of embryos of a certain sex.
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* Selective abortion of embryos of a certain sex
 
|Permitted and regulated practices=In order to access assisted reproduction:
 
|Permitted and regulated practices=In order to access assisted reproduction:
* a man and a woman need to fulfill the following conditions, according to the law 63/2012, art. 21:  
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* A man and a woman need to fulfill the following conditions, according to Law 63/2012, Art. 21:  
** to be alive
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** To be alive
** to be at the biological reproductive age;
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** To be at the biological reproductive age  
** to be married or able to probe a common life together of at least 2 years;
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** To be married or be able to prove a common life together of at least 2 years  
** to consent previously to the transfer of embryos or to artificial insemination.
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** To consent previously to the transfer of embryos or to artificial insemination
  
* According to art. 13 access to assisted reproduction is granted to any woman or man suffering from sterility, that cannot be treated with a classic method of treatment or surgical intervention.
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* According to Art. 13, access to assisted reproduction is granted to any woman or man suffering from sterility that cannot be treated with a classic method of treatment or surgical intervention.
  
  
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Permitted techniques (Art. 15) are:
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*Artificial insemination
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*In vitro fecundation
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*Transfer of embryos
  
Permitted techniques (art. 15) are
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Donor gametes may be used in the case of genetic or communicable diseases of the partner (Art. 16).
 
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(a) artificial insemination;
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(b) in vitro fecundation;
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(c) transfer of embryos.
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Donor gametes may be used in the case of genetic or communicable diseases of the partner. (Art 16).
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|Regulatory activities=
 
|Regulatory activities=
 
|Accountability and governance=
 
|Accountability and governance=

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