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|Key laws and policies=* [http://pdba.georgetown.edu/Constitutions/Ecuador/ecuador98.html The Constitution] (June 5, 1998), especially Article 49, par.
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|Key laws and policies=* [http://pdba.georgetown.edu/Constitutions/Ecuador/ecuador98.html The Constitution] (June 5, 1998), especially Article 49, Par.
|Foundational values=The right to life from the moment of conception is recognized by Article 49, par. 1, of the Constitution, and may influence practices.
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|Foundational values=The right to life from the moment of conception is recognized by Article 49, Par. 1, of the Constitution, and may influence practices.
 
|Prohibited practices=The Constitution prohibits research on human embryos, thus implicitly banning cloning.
 
|Prohibited practices=The Constitution prohibits research on human embryos, thus implicitly banning cloning.
 
|Permitted and regulated practices=No laws or guidelines address assisted reproduction.  
 
|Permitted and regulated practices=No laws or guidelines address assisted reproduction.  

Latest revision as of 13:59, 8 July 2015

Ecuador
Ecuador-flag.gif
Information
Region Latin America
Population 13755680
GDP (millions USD) 44,184
National Policies
Eggs for assisted reproduction no policy
Eggs for research ?
Inheritable genetic modification ?
Preimplantation genetic diagnosis ?
Reproductive cloning PROHIBITED
Research cloning PROHIBITED
Sex selection no policy
Surrogacy ?
International Agreements
2005 UN Cloning Vote YES
2005 UNESCO Sports Doping Convention RATIFIED


Contents

Key laws and policies

Foundational values

The right to life from the moment of conception is recognized by Article 49, Par. 1, of the Constitution, and may influence practices.

Prohibited practices

The Constitution prohibits research on human embryos, thus implicitly banning cloning.

Permitted and regulated practices

No laws or guidelines address assisted reproduction.

Donor eggs are, in practice, used for women over 40 with fertility problems.

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