Difference between revisions of "Netherlands"

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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
  
* [http://www.healthlaw.nl/wmoeng1.html Act concerning medical research involving human subjects] (February 26, 1998)
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*[http://www.hovon.nl/upload/File/Studies_AlgStudInfo_Wetgeving/Medical%20Research%20involving%20Human%20Subjects%20Act_v20March06_EN.pdf Act concerning medical research involving human subjects] (February 26, 1998)
  
* Commercial surrogacy: Article 151(b) in the Dutch Criminal Code. (See Act of 16 September 1993, Staatsblad 486.)
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* Commercial surrogacy: Article 151(b) in the Dutch Criminal Code (See Act of 16 September 1993, Staatsblad 486.)
 
|Foundational values=
 
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|Prohibited practices=The Embryos Act prohibits:
 
|Prohibited practices=The Embryos Act prohibits:
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'''Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis'''
 
'''Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis'''
  
* PGD is only allowed if there is a high risk of a serious genetic disease, but there seems to be a tendency to allow testing for a more extensive range of diseases than in the past.<ref name=expat> "[http://www.expatica.com/nl/articles/news/Dutch-MPs-agree-on-embryo-testing.html Dutch MPs agree on embryo testing]," Radio Netherlands / Expatica (July 4, 2008)</ref>
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* PGD is only allowed if there is a high risk of a serious genetic disease, but there seems to be a tendency to allow testing for a more extensive range of diseases than in the past.<ref name=expat> "[http://www.expatica.com/nl/articles/news/Dutch-MPs-agree-on-embryo-testing.html Dutch MPs agree on embryo testing]," Radio Netherlands/Expatica, (July 4, 2008).</ref>
  
  
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|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.
|External links=* European Union, "A comparative study on the regime of surrogacy in EU Member States'
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|External links=European Union, "A comparative study on the regime of surrogacy in EU Member States' European Parliament," manuscript completed in May 2013, available at http://www.europarl.europa.eu/RegData/etudes/etudes/join/2013/474403/IPOL-JURI_ET%282013%29474403_EN.pdf, (accessed 22 February 2015).
European Parliament," manuscript completed in May 2013, available at http://www.europarl.europa.eu/RegData/etudes/etudes/join/2013/474403/IPOL-JURI_ET%282013%29474403_EN.pdf, (accessed 22 February 2015).
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== References ==
 
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