What If You Die, And Then Have Children?

Since the first test tube baby was born in 1978, tremendous advances have been made in the science of assisted reproduction. Thousands of infants are born each year as a result of assisted reproductive technology (ART)1 and the more traditional artificial insemination (AI).2 But even though the Pandora's box has been open for almost 30 years and ART is rapidly becoming commonplace, state legislatures

Since the first test tube baby was born in 1978, tremendous advances have been made in the science of assisted reproduction. Thousands of infants are born each year as a result of assisted reproductive technology (ART)1 and the more traditional artificial insemination (AI).2 But even though the Pandora's box has been open for almost 30 years and ART is rapidly becoming commonplace, state legislatures have only recently begun to answer some of the thorny legal issues rega

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