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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 follow criteria defined by the American Fertility Society and European Society of Fertility [5].
 
|History=
 
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|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. http://transparencia.redsalud.gob.cl/transparencia/public/seremi6/2014/03/Marco%20normativo/DTO%20114-11%20Clonacion%20Humana.pdf (accessed 05 November 2014)  
 
|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. http://transparencia.redsalud.gob.cl/transparencia/public/seremi6/2014/03/Marco%20normativo/DTO%20114-11%20Clonacion%20Humana.pdf (accessed 05 November 2014)  

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