The technological innovations in the field of human reproduction which have been advancing at a dizzying pace, especially in Israel, have posed complex ethical dilemmas for social workers and social scientists. Do these developments, particularly in vitro fertilisation, offer a feasible solution for infertile couples or are they at the same time creating difficult, intricate problems whose outcome has yet to be clarified? Is it not paradoxical that attempts to “assist” nature by artificial means have led to such results as the birth of a child to a 60‐year‐old woman from eggs donated by another woman?
Landau, R. (1996), "ASSISTED REPRODUCTION IN ISRAEL AND SWEDEN: PARENTHOOD AT ANY PRICE?", International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, Vol. 16 No. 3, pp. 29-46. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb013245Download as .RIS
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