Human Reproduction Through Ritro Technology
Human Reproduction Through Ritro Technology. Thanks to technology people today have more than one option to use to conceive. One of those ways is the vitro fertilization process. Vitro fertilization process combinations the egg and sperm are manually. The egg and sperm are combined in a laboratory dish. The uterus then has the embryo implanted in it.
The whole process includes a contract between to two donors. The contract provides a way to make sure that both parties have full consent in the use of the embryos. This contract process is most common in clients.
I just read a commentary on the vitro fertilization process by Gerald Chipeur. The commentary is about two cases that went to court in Alberta over issues that came because of contracts about reproductive technology.
It is apparent as of 2007 the court at that time remained wary to enforce such contract in the light of the family law setting of the time.
Life Today is it Artificial
Technology is making life seem more artificial today. The ability to keep eggs and sperm for extended periods of time is very real today. This technology can provided time. It could be a medical issue. The ability of technology is also there for several other reasons.
Have we changed the rights of humanity without making allowances for the changes? Have we not allowed the law of the land to be updated for such situations? This commentary by Gerald Chipeur appears to be so.
But what about today? Is there a human factor to play in all of this? A post on Maclean FamilyLaw indicates that vitro fertilization is not any easier today. There are lots of legal criteria with reproductive technology and vitro fertilization still today. It would be well for anyone considering this process of reproduction or even adoption to be sure what the law says about it. If you are interest in this documentation you can go, there at this link. It is from late 2012 so finding up to date criteria is a better root.
Challenges will always arise from having children. Today more than ever the challenges have increased. Which ever way you decide, natural or technological, be sure of your legal rights.
As in the commentary by Gerald Chipeur both cases had their party’s rights refused. As with the blog on Maclean Family Law there are a lot of legal criteria to be aware of.
Therefore, know your rights before you enter any contract or agreement. Definitely creating of a family has changed. It is still a family today, just like it was yesterday.