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23 SEP 2011

Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust v A - Addressing a misconception [2003] CFLQ 199

Assisted conception has the potential further to fracture understandings of family life. Legal responses have thrown up ethical and emotional dilemmas. Mundane and almost predictable embryological errors - implanting the 'wrong' embryo, or mixing sperm and eggs from 'unrelated' couples - pose a compelling challenge for medicine and law alike. What 'parental' consequences ensue; what conceptions do misconceptions engage?

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