Eterologhe “da errore” e salomonici abusi. Commenti a margine della Risposta del Comitato Nazionale di Bioetica e dell’Ordinanza del Tribunale di Roma sul caso dello scambio di embrioni all’ospedale Pertini di Roma.
Parole chiave:artificial reproduction, embryos exchange, natural motherhood, parental relationships, surrogacy contract, surrogacy by mistake
Starting from the case of embryos exchanged in the Pertini’s hospital in Rome, I take in consideration the Answer of the National Committee for the Bioethics and I move some criticism towards affirmations about the possibility to predispose a “bioethics instrument” for an eventual child-exchange after birth. I analyze the order of the Tribunal of Rome and the question of constitutionality proposed and rejected.
At the end I propose a distinction between the legal interest to be protected in case of surrogacy and in the case of “heterologous fertilization by mistake” or “surrogacy by mistake”.