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Intrafamilial medically assisted reproduction

(2011) HUMAN REPRODUCTION. 26(3). p.504-509
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For different motives, couples in need of third party assisted reproduction sometimes prefer the help of a family member over an unrelated collaborator. Quantitative (frequency) and qualitative (experience) data about this practice are lacking or scarce. Forms of intra-familial medically assisted reproduction (IMAR) are different with respect to (i) familial closeness between the collaborator and the person whose reproductive contribution he or she replaces and whether assistance would be intra- or intergenerational, (ii) the relationship between the collaborator and the fertile partner (this relationship may or may not be consanguineous) and (iii) with regard to the material (sperm and oocytes) that is donated and the services (surrogacy) that are offered. This document aims at providing guidance to the professional handling of requests for IMAR. It briefly sketches the background of this practice and discusses a variety of relevant normative aspects.
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third party collaboration, assisted reproduction, consanguinity, psychology, ethics

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de Wert, G, W Dondorp, Guido Pennings, et al. “Intrafamilial Medically Assisted Reproduction.” HUMAN REPRODUCTION 26.3 (2011): 504–509. Print.
APA
de Wert, G., Dondorp, W., Pennings, G., Shenfield, F., Devroey, P., Tarlatzis, B., Barri, P., et al. (2011). Intrafamilial medically assisted reproduction. HUMAN REPRODUCTION, 26(3), 504–509.
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de Wert, G, W Dondorp, Guido Pennings, F Shenfield, P Devroey, B Tarlatzis, P Barri, and K Diedrich. 2011. “Intrafamilial Medically Assisted Reproduction.” Human Reproduction 26 (3): 504–509.
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de Wert, G, W Dondorp, Guido Pennings, F Shenfield, P Devroey, B Tarlatzis, P Barri, and K Diedrich. 2011. “Intrafamilial Medically Assisted Reproduction.” Human Reproduction 26 (3): 504–509.
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de Wert G, Dondorp W, Pennings G, Shenfield F, Devroey P, Tarlatzis B, et al. Intrafamilial medically assisted reproduction. HUMAN REPRODUCTION. 2011;26(3):504–9.
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G. de Wert et al., “Intrafamilial medically assisted reproduction,” HUMAN REPRODUCTION, vol. 26, no. 3, pp. 504–509, 2011.
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  abstract     = {For different motives, couples in need of third party assisted reproduction sometimes prefer the help of a family member over an unrelated collaborator. Quantitative (frequency) and qualitative (experience) data about this practice are lacking or scarce. Forms of intra-familial medically assisted reproduction (IMAR) are different with respect to (i) familial closeness between the collaborator and the person whose reproductive contribution he or she replaces and whether assistance would be intra- or intergenerational, (ii) the relationship between the collaborator and the fertile partner (this relationship may or may not be consanguineous) and (iii) with regard to the material (sperm and oocytes) that is donated and the services (surrogacy) that are offered. This document aims at providing guidance to the professional handling of requests for IMAR. It briefly sketches the background of this practice and discusses a variety of relevant normative aspects.},
  author       = {de Wert, G and Dondorp, W and Pennings, Guido and Shenfield, F and Devroey, P and Tarlatzis, B and Barri, P and Diedrich, K},
  issn         = {0268-1161},
  journal      = {HUMAN REPRODUCTION},
  keywords     = {third party collaboration,assisted reproduction,consanguinity,psychology,ethics},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {504--509},
  title        = {Intrafamilial medically assisted reproduction},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/humrep/deq383},
  volume       = {26},
  year         = {2011},
}

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