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|Accountability and governance=* In 1985 the Chilean Ministry of Health published "Rules Applicable to in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer."<ref name="resolutionno1072">Resolution no. 1072, "[http://juridico1.minsal.cl/RESOLUCION_1072_85.doc Normas Aplicables a la Fertilización in Vitro y la Transferencia Embrionaria] (Rules Applicable to in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer)," Ministerio de Salud (Ministry of Health), 28 de junio de 1985 (Chile 1985), (accessed 05 November 2014).</ref> The rules do not have legal force and may serve as guidelines. The rules establish general steps for IVF and suggest that all created embryos should be transferred to the mother and cryopreservation (freezing) is not permitted.  
 
|Accountability and governance=* In 1985 the Chilean Ministry of Health published "Rules Applicable to in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer."<ref name="resolutionno1072">Resolution no. 1072, "[http://juridico1.minsal.cl/RESOLUCION_1072_85.doc Normas Aplicables a la Fertilización in Vitro y la Transferencia Embrionaria] (Rules Applicable to in vitro fertilization and embryo transfer)," Ministerio de Salud (Ministry of Health), 28 de junio de 1985 (Chile 1985), (accessed 05 November 2014).</ref> The rules do not have legal force and may serve as guidelines. The rules establish general steps for IVF and suggest that all created embryos should be transferred to the mother and cryopreservation (freezing) is not permitted.  
  
* 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]
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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.<ref name="consenso">"[http://www.redlara.com/images/arq/consenso_%20Chile.PDF Cosenso Latino Amerciano en apectos etico-legales relativso a las tecnicas de reproduccion asistida]," Reñaca, CHILE 1995, (accessed 05 November 2014).</ref>
  
 
* Others follow criteria defined by the American Fertility Society and European Society of Fertility. [5]
 
* Others follow criteria defined by the American Fertility Society and European Society of Fertility. [5]

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