In Vitro Fertilization. The Rights of the Unborn Child according to the Regulations Contained in the National and European Legislation

Authors

  • Carmen Ion
  • Alexandra Novac-Leca

Abstract

The in vitro fertilization procedure involves rigorous knowledge of the category of human
rights which concerns, in particular, the right to life and health of the child and women. The protection
of human life and dignity are part of the primary obligations of any rule of law, and this protection
includes prenatal life, respectively the protection of the rights of the unborn child. Both European norms
and national criminal legal provisions ensure the existence and observance of a functional legal
framework to protect in case of need the rights of the fetus, the in vitro fertilization procedure being
especially likely to give rise to legal situations involving the knowledge and observance of all the rights
associated with the human being.

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2022-12-22

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