Difference between revisions of "Chile"

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|Treaty of Lisbon=n/a
 
|Treaty of Lisbon=n/a
 
|Introduction=
 
|Introduction=
|Key laws and policies=There is no national law regulating assisted reproduction in Chile.  
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|Key laws and policies=There is no national law regulating assisted reproduction in Chile.
 
|Foundational values=
 
|Foundational values=
 
|Prohibited practices=* Human cloning is prohibited
 
|Prohibited practices=* Human cloning is prohibited
 
* Destroying human embryos to obtain stem cells is prohibited [1]
 
* Destroying human embryos to obtain stem cells is prohibited [1]
|Permitted and regulated practices=* Sperm and egg donation are practiced.
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|Permitted and regulated practices=* Sperm and egg donation are practiced. (However note there are no sperm banks in Chile, and donated sperm is sent from abroad).
  
 
* Article 182 of the Chilean civil code provides that “the father and the mother of a child conceived through the application of assisted human reproductive technology are the man and women who committed to it.” [2]
 
* Article 182 of the Chilean civil code provides that “the father and the mother of a child conceived through the application of assisted human reproductive technology are the man and women who committed to it.” [2]
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* Many clinics follow the ethical standards set by the Latin American Network of Assisted Reproduction in 1995. These standards provide that gamete donation must be uncompensated. [4]
 
* Many clinics follow the ethical standards set by the Latin American Network of Assisted Reproduction in 1995. These standards provide that gamete donation must be uncompensated. [4]
  
* Others are follow criteria defined by the American Fertility Society and European Society of Fertility [5].  
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* Others are follow criteria defined by the American Fertility Society and European Society of Fertility [5].
 
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|History=
 
|History=
 
|External links=[1]Law no. 20.120, Sobre la Investigación Científica en el Ser Humano, su Genoma, y prohíbe la Clonación Humana [On Scientific Research in the Human Being, its genome, and the prohibition of Human Cloning], Ministerio de Salud [Ministry of Health], B. O., Sept. 22, 2006. Article 6: Tissue and organs may only be cultivated for the purpose of diagnostic treatment or scientific research.
 
|External links=[1]Law no. 20.120, Sobre la Investigación Científica en el Ser Humano, su Genoma, y prohíbe la Clonación Humana [On Scientific Research in the Human Being, its genome, and the prohibition of Human Cloning], Ministerio de Salud [Ministry of Health], B. O., Sept. 22, 2006. Article 6: Tissue and organs may only be cultivated for the purpose of diagnostic treatment or scientific research.

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