Ethics in the age of technological progress: Female reproductive medicine in focus
Reproductive medicine covers all aspects of human life from fertilisation till birth and addresses problems of natural conception through medically assisted treatment. In the era of rapidly progressing technologies, the key objective of the EU-funded ERIN project is to bring more ethically responsible innovations into the clinic in practices such as preserving fertility in women at risk and performing genetic analysis of the embryo. The project's partners will address all possible ethical concerns, risks and vulnerabilities associated with novel reproductive solutions, preparing the ground for ethically responsible practices. Furthermore, they will ensure equal access to reproductive medicine for vulnerable women waiting for childbirth.
Field of science
- /medical and health sciences/clinical medicine/obstetrics and gynaecology/obstetrics/childbirth
- /medical and health sciences/clinical medicine/embryology
- /social sciences/sociology/demography/fertility
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