Vol 5 (2016)

Table of Contents

Assisted Reproduction in Europe: social, ethical and legal issues

Ioannis Petrou

Articles

Assisted Reproduction by Donor – Legal and Bioethical Issues
Efi Kounougeri-Manoledaki
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p. 1-16
Why should France change its legislation relating to donor anonymity? A prospective comparative study
Anne-Marie Leroyer
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p. 17-30
The Italian debate on heterologous fertilization after the 2014 Constitutional Court ruling
Marina Casini
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p. 31-44
The right of children to access their genetic material
Fereniki Panagopoulou-Koutnatzi
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p. 45-54
The choice of the system of disclosure of the identity of reproductive material donors in Sweden – Application in practice
Kalliopi Kipouridou, Maria Milapidou
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p. 55-62
The issue of donor’s anonymity in german and greek legal system
Antonios Tsalidis
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p. 63-68
Surrogacy and post mortem reproduction – Legal situation and recent discussion in Germany
Ralf Müller-Terpitz
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p. 69-80
Post mortem artificial fertilization and surrogacy in practice
Dimitra Papadopoulou Klamaris
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p. 81-90
Post mortem procreation in French and British Law
Karène Parizer-Krief
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p. 91-112
Surrogacy “Tourism”
Takis Vidalis
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p. 113-118
Recent jurisprudential developments on the subject of surrogate motherhood: The cases Mennesson and Labassee versus France before the European Court of Human Rights
Theodoros Trokanas
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p. 119-130
Surrogate motherhood in Sweden, considered under the criterion of the child’s best interest
Kalliopi Kipouridou, Maria Milapidou
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p. 131-138
Oocyte cryopreservation and reproductive choices
Marianna Vasileiou
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p. 139-144
Forbidden parenthood: Hidden stories of assisted reproduction in Italy
Manuela Perrotta
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p. 145-156
Corporal Affinity’: the meta-narrative of motherhood and kinship in the era of biotechnology
Eirini Tountasaki
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p. 157-176
The drive for openness in donor conception: Disclosure and the trouble with real life
Petra Nordqvist
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p. 177-198
Reproductive technology and the same-gender family: the role of family law
Eleni Rethymniotaki
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p. 199-224
Bonds of love or bonds of blood? -children on the borderline of social and natural kinship-
Athina Kotzabasi
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p. 225-236
Medically assisted reproduction in same-sex unions under Greek law
Katerina Fountedaki
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p. 237-246
Redefining the identity of medically assisted reproduction in view of its opening up to same-sex couples
Roxani Fragkou
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p. 247-254
The progress of the science of medicine and the creation of new family structures
Christina Sachinidou
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p. 255-258
The argument of equality in access to the medically assisted reproduction for the single man: legal and ethical perspective
Nikolaos Dimopoulos
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p. 259-266
Medically Assisted Procreation and the Protection of the Embryo in Vitro in International Case Law
Christian Byk
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p. 267-288
Regulating across borders: the UK experience
Juliet Tizzard
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p. 289-290
Crossing borders for gametes donation and surrogacy: a legal puzzle?
Françoise Shenfield
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p. 291-302
Transborder Medically Assisted Reproduction: The Challenges for Conflict of Laws
Anastasia Grammaticaki-Alexiou
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p. 303-316
Cross border medically assisted reproduction from a psychosocial perspective - legal challenges and the welfare of the child
Petra Thorn
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p. 317-330
Cross border reproductive care - the EUTCD perspective
Edgar Mocanu
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p. 331-342
Medically Assisted Reproduction (MAR) on the move
Vassiliki Kokota, Lina Papadopoulou
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p. 343-356
The Italian perspective on cross-border assisted reproduction: law no. 40/04 in action
Lucia Busatta Lucia Busatta, Simone Penasa
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p. 357-376
Surrogacy: Issues of cross-boarder medically assisted reproduction between Greece and Italy
Theodora Chortara
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p. 377-382
Difficulties of recognition in Greece of parentage links created in foreign Legal orders following recourse to techniques of medically assisted reproduction
Konstantinos Rokas
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p. 383-390




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