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9781566391801: Surrogates and Other Mothers: The Debates over Assisted Reproduction

surrogates and other mothers macklin ruth

Conflicting Views about Surrogacy -- Ch. Controlling Psychiatric Patients -- Ch. Developments in new reproductive technologies have confounded public policy and created legal and ethical quandaries for professionals and ordinary citizens alike. The episodes she narrates are based on real-life situations, both from her personal experience as a hospital ethicist and from the public arena, where such controversial court cases as that of Baby M have sparked a multitude of disparate opinions on surrogacy, in vitro fertilization, and egg and sperm donor program. Abusing and Refusing while Pregnant -- Ch.

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Ruth Macklin

surrogates and other mothers macklin ruth

In commercial surrogacy, the surrogate is paid a fee plus any expenses incurred in her pregnancy. Drawing from the most current medical, psychiatric, legal, and bioethical literature, Ruth Macklin, noted author and philosopher, presents the arguments surrounding these advances through the voices of fictional characters. Surrogates and Other Mothers: The Debates over Assisted Reproduction. In states with these laws, a surrogate mother who wishes to keep the child rather than give it up for adoption may successfully challenge an already established surrogacy contract. Drawing from the most current medical, psychiatric, legal, and bioethical literature, Ruth Macklin, noted author and philosopher, presents the arguments surrounding these advances through the voices of fictional characters. Florida, Louisiana, Nebraska, and Kentucky enacted similar legislation, and Arkansas and Nevada passed laws permitting surrogacy contracts under judicial regulation.

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9781566391801: Surrogates and Other Mothers: The Debates over Assisted Reproduction

surrogates and other mothers macklin ruth

In the course of this complicated and often painful decision-making process, they attend meetings of a government task force on reproduction where they hear both radical and liberal feminist positions. What will grandparents, family members, friends, and coworkers think? Desperate to explore their options, Bonnie and Larry attempt adoption but are rejected by the agency without explanation. Ehrensaft offers information, support, and straightforward advice for coping with private worries, confronting public prejudices, and raising happy, healthy children. Most state laws on the issue are designed to prevent or discourage surrogacy. Compared to the passions of childhood, it is just a background. Available online at accessed August 27, 2003. Account taken from the testimony of Kathryn Quick, presented orally at a public hearing of the New Jersey Commission on Legal and Ethical Problems in the Delivery of Health Care New Jersey Bioethics Commission , held in Newark, N.

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Surrogates & other mothers : the debates over assisted reproduction

surrogates and other mothers macklin ruth

Less often, when the intended mother can produce fertile eggs but cannot carry a child to birth, the intended mother's egg is removed, combined with the husband's or another man's sperm in a process called in vitro fertilization first performed in the late 1970s , and implanted in the surrogate mother. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ruth Macklin and Professor of. In a surrogacy arrangement, they conflict with an attempt to adopt the surrogate child. Virginia Law Review 81 November. Finally, they contemplate surrogacy as their last chance to have a child. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall. After the child's birth, the Calverts were awarded custody.

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Surrogates & other mothers : the debates over assisted reproduction

surrogates and other mothers macklin ruth

Will knowing the truth about how you conceived make your child love you less? Indian Journal of Medical Ethics. In July 1985, the police arrested Whitehead and returned the child to the Sterns. In the first detailed ethnography of India's surrogacy industry, Amrita Pande visits clinics and hostels and speaks with surrogates and their families, clients, doctors, brokers, and hostel matrons in order to shed light on this burgeoning business and the experiences of the laborers within it. A relationship in which one woman bears and gives birth to a child for a person or a couple who then adopts or takes legal custody of the child; also called mothering by proxy. Macklin's hypoethical tale centers on Bonnie and Larry, an infertile couple longing for a child. Debating Assisted Reproduction -- Ch. The created a stir when it amended the Uniform Parentage Act to authorize gestational agreements as valid contracts.

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Surrogates & other mothers : the debates over assisted reproduction (Book, 1994) [fentonia.com]

surrogates and other mothers macklin ruth

Ruth Macklin studied at then received Ph. Developments in new reproductive technologies have confounded public policy and created legal and ethical quandaries for professionals and ordinary citizens alike. Register a Free 1 month Trial Account. This book includes contributions from some of the leading scholars on the legal, ethical, and social aspects of surrogacy, as well as several critical perspectives on the famous Baby M case -- must reading for understanding the surrogate motherhood controversy. Finally, they contemplate surrogacy as their last chance to have a child. She has more than 130 scholarly publications and books on , , the ethics of human subjects in research, , etc. Desperate to explore their options, Bonnie and Larry attempt adoption but are rejected by the agency without explanation.

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Surrogates and Other Mothers: The Debates Over Assisted Reproduction

surrogates and other mothers macklin ruth

It will show them that they do have options, and with persistence and faith, they can achieve their dreams of motherhood after all. Devising Ethical Policies -- Ch. A genetic link must be established between the couple and the child, by the husband's supplying sperm or the wife's contributing an egg, or both. The E-mail message field is required. Mortal choices: ethical dilemmas in modern medicine. And all of the women ultimately end up having a child or more through surrogacy.

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Surrogates & other mothers : the debates over assisted reproduction (Book, 1994) [fentonia.com]

surrogates and other mothers macklin ruth

Most often, the husband's sperm is implanted in the surrogate by a procedure called. Seeking advice and answers, they consult health professionals, lawyers, pastoral counselors, and a bioethicist. Conflicting Views about Surrogacy -- Ch. Pande's interviews prove surrogates are more than victims of disciplinary power, and she examines the strategies they deploy to retain control over their bodies and reproductive futures. She is also adviser to the , chairperson of Ethical Review Committee, an elected member of the , co-chair of the , is a member of the , and is a Vice-President of the.

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surrogates and other mothers macklin ruth

Seeking advice and answers, they consult health professionals, lawyers, pastoral counselors, and a bioethicist. Crispina Calvert was unable to bear children. Single or married, straight or gay, anyone looking forward to the joys and challenges of building a family with the help of a donor or surrogate will discover a wealth of thought-provoking ideas and fresh insights in this sensitive, practical, and positive book. This method of surrogacy is sometimes called traditional surrogacy. In the course of this complicated and often painful decision-making process, they attend meetings of a government task force on reproduction where they hear both radical and liberal feminist positions. She is also adviser to the , chairperson of Ethical Review Committee, an elected member of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academy of Sciences, co-chair of the National Advisory Board on Ethics in Reproduction, is a member of the American Association of Bioethics, and is a Vice-President of the International Association of Bioethics. In 1993 the California Supreme Court issued a landmark ruling declaring surrogacy contracts legal in California.

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Surrogates & other mothers : the debates over assisted reproduction (eBook, 1994) [fentonia.com]

surrogates and other mothers macklin ruth

How has the 'choice' first enabled by contraception changed the meaning of parenthood? Some states have laws maintaining that semen donors are not legally the fathers of children created with their sperm. Developments in new reproductive technologies have confounded public policy and created legal and ethical quandaries for professionals and ordinary citizens alike. Macklin's hypoethical tale centers on Bonnie and Larry, an infertile couple longing for a child. This method is called gestational surrogacy. Kass, Toward a More Natural Science: Biology and Human Affairs New York: Free Press, 1985 , p. Cizur Menor: Civitas Thomson Reuters.

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