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* Inheritable genetic modification
 
* Inheritable genetic modification
 
* Fertilizing an egg for any purpose other than reproduction
 
* Fertilizing an egg for any purpose other than reproduction
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GENETIC MODIFICATION
 
GENETIC MODIFICATION
  
 
The law No. 35/1988 establishes that “any therapeutic intervention, investigation or research activity in pre-embryos in vitro, pre-embryos, embryos and fetuses in utero, will be authorized only if such intervention or activity does not alter its genetic make-up (in so far as it does not contain any anomaly), or if it is not aimed to individual or race selection”.<ref>Global Lawyers and Physicians for Human Rights, [http://www.glphr.org/genetic/europe2-7.htm Database of Global Policies on Human Cloning and Germ-line engineering] (Last updated February 7, 2005)</ref>
 
The law No. 35/1988 establishes that “any therapeutic intervention, investigation or research activity in pre-embryos in vitro, pre-embryos, embryos and fetuses in utero, will be authorized only if such intervention or activity does not alter its genetic make-up (in so far as it does not contain any anomaly), or if it is not aimed to individual or race selection”.<ref>Global Lawyers and Physicians for Human Rights, [http://www.glphr.org/genetic/europe2-7.htm Database of Global Policies on Human Cloning and Germ-line engineering] (Last updated February 7, 2005)</ref>
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SURROGACY
 
SURROGACY
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* Is permitted and practiced
 
* Is permitted and practiced
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DONATION OF GAMETES
 
DONATION OF GAMETES
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* Offspring have a right to general information about the donor, but not identity
 
* Offspring have a right to general information about the donor, but not identity
 
(Art. 6)
 
(Art. 6)
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POST-HUMOUS USE OF GAMETES
 
POST-HUMOUS USE OF GAMETES

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