Ethics experts oppose fertilization after donor death, but AR refuses to withdraw from Medically Assisted Reproduction

The warning came from Congressman Elza Pais after a very critical hearing by the President of the National Ethics Council for Life Sciences (CNECV): despite the negative assessment of the diplomas that are supposed to approve the insemination of women with the semen of the dead spouses, Parliament really goes moving forward with the process. “The projects were generally approved. There is no way we can introduce these advances, ”said the socialist, coordinator of the working group on medically assisted procreation that is discussing the legalization of post mortem insemination (IPM).