Difference between revisions of "Netherlands"

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|Treaty of Lisbon=signed
 
|Treaty of Lisbon=signed
 
|Introduction=
 
|Introduction=
|Key laws and policies=
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|Key laws and policies=* Wet donorgegevens kunstmatige Bevruchting (Act on donor data artificial insemination): http://wetten.overheid.nl/BWBR0013642/geldigheidsdatum_21-01-2015
* Wet donorgegevens kunstmatige Bevruchting (Act on donor data artificial insemination): http://wetten.overheid.nl/BWBR0013642/geldigheidsdatum_21-01-2015
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* Embryowet (Law of 20 June 2002 laying down rules on gametes and embryo - Embryo Act): http://wetten.overheid.nl/BWBR0013797/geldigheidsdatum_21-01-2015
 
* Embryowet (Law of 20 June 2002 laying down rules on gametes and embryo - Embryo Act): http://wetten.overheid.nl/BWBR0013797/geldigheidsdatum_21-01-2015
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Commercial surrogacy is generally prohibited by the Dutch Criminal Code.
 
Commercial surrogacy is generally prohibited by the Dutch Criminal Code.
 
 
|Permitted and regulated practices=EMBRYO DONATION
 
|Permitted and regulated practices=EMBRYO DONATION
  
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* Is permitted in strict circumstances.
 
* Is permitted in strict circumstances.
|Regulatory activities=All research programs must be approved by the [http://www.ccmo-online.nl/main.asp?pid=1&taal=1 Central Committee on Research involving Human Subjects (CCMO)]."<ref name=min/>
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|Regulatory activities=All research programs must be approved by the [http://www.ccmo-online.nl/main.asp?pid=1&taal=1 Central Committee on Research involving Human Subjects (CCMO)]."
 
|Accountability and governance=
 
|Accountability and governance=
 
|History=The creation of embryos for research was prohibited by the 2002 Act for a period of three to five years, after which a decision will be taken on whether to lift the ban so that creating embryos for research purposes may be allowed subject to extremely strict conditions.
 
|History=The creation of embryos for research was prohibited by the 2002 Act for a period of three to five years, after which a decision will be taken on whether to lift the ban so that creating embryos for research purposes may be allowed subject to extremely strict conditions.

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