The COVID 19 virus has had a ripple effect through the entire world, and this impact has not spared the assisted reproductive technology world. Recent change in ASRM Guidelines on Embryo Transfers Recently, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine has issued guidelines regarding the medical implications and precautions provided to those participating in assisted reproduction. …

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Traditional Surrogacy vs. Gestational Surrogacy Introduction: Surrogacy is defined as “the process of carrying and delivering a child for another person.” Black’s Law Dictionary 1582 (9th ed.2009). Surrogacy is then divided into two main categories: traditional surrogacy and gestational surrogacy. Traditional surrogacy vs gestational surrogacy is dependent on the source of the egg being used…

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sperm donation lawyer in Florida

Many states around the country are enacting laws to protect patients against reproductive fraud, with the Florida Senate just passing a law to address this important issue, subject to Florida House approval. The unanimously approved Senate Bill 698 is summarized per below. The new Senate bill was spearheaded by Florida Senator Lauren Book. An act…

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Current Florida Assisted Reproductive Technology laws: Florida ART statutes are contained within Florida Statutes 742.11, 742.13 – 742.17 (enacted into law May 15, 1993) and Florida Statutes 63.213 (enacted into law May 30, 2003). Below is a brief summary of each Florida reproductive law. Florida Statutes 742.11, Presumed status of child conceived by means of…

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