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Parenthood For Sale: Should the US Regulate Reproductive Technology?

Parenthood For Sale: Should the US Regulate Reproductive Technology?
Presented by HLS-ACLU
Tuesday, April 17, 12:00-1:15 PM
Wasserstein 2012

Moderator:
Katherine Kraschel '12

Panelists:
I. Glenn Cohen, Harvard Law School
George Annas, BU School of Public Health
Susan Crockin, Crock Law and Policy Group

Co-sponsored by WLA, Child & Youth Advocates and HLSRJ.

Come discuss the latest developments in reproductive technology, including IVF, surrogacy and sperm and egg donation, and hear experts in the fields of law, public health, and litigation discuss the legal and ethical implications of our ability to buy and sell fertility on the open market. All perspectives are welcome.

Thai food will be served!

2 Responses to “Parenthood For Sale: Should the US Regulate Reproductive Technology?”

  1. Jean Strout
    April 17, 2012 at 2:00 am #

    The food has been changed to THAI FOOD! Even better!

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