Parenthood standards underlying medically assisted reproduction regulation in France in the wake of 2021 Bioethics law

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  • Guillemette Préveraud de Vaumas

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https://doi.org/10.15168/2284-4503-3103

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Medically Assisted Reproduction, bioethics, parenthood, gender, ART

Abstract

This inquiry aims to disclose and describe parenthood standards underlying – and perpetuated by – legal regulation of medically assisted reproduction in France. To what extent did MAR French law detach the right to medical support to fulfil a desire for a child from traditional, biogenetically grounded, couple-centred, and gendered conceptions of parenthood? Do some parental projects remain explicitly or implicitly excluded by the rules regarding access to MAR and MAR procedures? This article provides a few answers through an analytical and socio-legal approach to MAR regulation in France in its recent developments.

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2024-06-28

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de Vaumas GP. Parenthood standards underlying medically assisted reproduction regulation in France in the wake of 2021 Bioethics law. BioLaw [Internet]. 28 giugno 2024 [citato 14 luglio 2024];(2):197-212. Available at: https://teseo.unitn.it/biolaw/article/view/3103

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