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  1. Embryo research discussed in the House of Lords (1990)

    Genre
    News report; Parliamentary debate; Speech

    Embryo research is discussed in a House of Lords debate, they eventually voted to allow it for medical research. Lord (Peter) Rawlinson claims the practice is immoral, whilst Lord (David) Ennals, Lord...

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  2. Screening of embryos for genetic disorders (1990)

    Genre
    Interview; News report

    Report on the success of doctors at Hammersmith Hospital, London in being able for the first time to screen embryos for inherited genetic disorders before implanting them and the ethical issues around the...

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  3. Embryo use debate (1994)

    Genre
    Interview

    Leading fertility doctor, Peter Brinsden says he hopes to use eggs from aborted foetuses for fertility treatment and foetal material for research to prevent genetic diseases. He encourages public debate....

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  4. Eggs from embryos consultation (1994)

    Genre
    Interview

    Ben Plumley, Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) spokesman, talks to Kevin Murphy about the consultation process launched today to decide whether to endorse the use of eggs from aborted...

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  5. Ethics debate over using unborn babies eggs (1994)

    Genre
    News report; Interview

    The Human Fertilization and Embryology Authority (HFEA) is consulting the public on feelings over the possibility of using eggs from foetuses in fertility treatment as the issue is to be voted on in the...

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