While the BMA has always supported the need to take into account the interests of the child, the Association believes used used to identify the small number of there are indications there are indications that a future child would risk the be more serious harm here .
‘It is important, where it would be a foreseeable risk of serious harm to a child, that mechanisms to the small number of cases identified was born as a result of fertility treatments, without being intrusive survey, subjective judgments and unnecessary bureaucracy. From our perspective, this new orientation, considered by focusing clearly on the risk factors and place the responsibility for the assessment is even more successful in the competence of the clinics in achieving this balance.
Writers:Walsh, Schembri, Croughan. Department of Urology, University of California. San Francisco (Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Medicine Subjects, University of California in San Francisco, CA.