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Concerns of sex selection and regulation in the report on Human Reproductive Technologies and the Law.

The House of Commons Science and Technology Select Committee, comprising 11 members, reviewed human reproductive technologies and the law and presented their fifth report of Session 2004-05 on 28 March 2005. They felt 'it necessary to reconnect the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act of 1990 with the changes in modern science'.[1]


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