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Dear friends at REDLARA:
In order to encourage a deeper understanding on Bioethics, and promote a debate about diverse Bioethical Issues concerning Assisted Reproduction, we would like to invite you to take part in this FORUM, expressing your ideas, experiences and opinions.
This space, open to ideas exchange, is intended to enlarge our formation in Bioethics, which in turn will contribute to stimulate programs of Bioethics information and knowledge diffusion in our communities: this will help patients and legislators to take better informed decisions in the genuine pursuit of their own well-being, and the better for all.

FIV with ADN of 3 people
The British authorities have voted in favour of the creation of babies with DNA from two women and one man, in a historic move.


The UK is now set to become the first country to introduce laws to allow the creation of babies from three people.

In a free vote in the Commons, 382 MPs were in favour and 128 against the technique that stops genetic diseases being passed from mother to child.

During the debate, ministers said the technique was "light at the end of a dark tunnel" for families.

A further vote is required in the House of Lords. It everything goes ahead then the first such baby could be born next year.

Proponents said the backing was "good news for progressive medicine" but critics say they will continue to fight against the technique that they say raises too many ethical and safety concerns.

Estimates suggest 150 three-person babies could be born each year.

Prime Minister David Cameron said: "We're not playing god here, we're just making sure that two parents who want a healthy baby can have one."

If you had the opportunity to perform an IVF with this technique, would you do?
Sabrina - 06/02/2015
  Por supuesto que la haría. Estoy completamente a favor de la técnica. Lo único que me molesta es que la llamen "de 3 papás" puesto que los papás serán los que crien al niño, la donante del ovulo sin nucle y organelas no debe considerarsela "mamá" en este caso. Pues, aplicando ese razonamiento llamariamos papás a los donantes de ovulos y espermas o de embriones y no me parece justo para ninguno. no me parece un tema tan controversial ni tan diferente a lo que se viene ya haciendo, pero sí me parece formidable poder realizarlo. Estoy de acuerdo completamente con la técnica.
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