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There is a strong argument in favour of sex selection, based on respect for procreative autonomy--the autonomy of couples to decide for themselves how to procreate, and what children to have. Objections based on possible harm to the child, the parents, or society, are not compelling, particularly in Australia.

Type

Journal article

Journal

Med J Aust

Publication Date

04/10/1999

Volume

171

Pages

373 - 375

Keywords

Genetics and Reproduction, Ethics, Medical, Female, Fertilization in Vitro, Humans, Male, Sex Preselection