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Tied Up in Nots over Genetic Parentage The fifth in a set of five essays on regulating reprogenetics.
What I find strange about Fukuyama and Furger’s proposal for regulating reprogenetics is one of the prohibitions that they suggest is key to safeguarding children’s interests: they seek to outlaw the creation of children who are not the genetic offspring of one man and one woman.
What I find strange about Fukuyama and Furger’s proposal for regulating reprogenetics is one of the prohibitions that they suggest is key to safeguarding children’s interests: they seek to outlaw the creation of children who are not the genetic offspring of one man and one woman.

Josephine Johnston, Hastings Center Report 37, no. 4 (2007): 28-31.