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Advances in assisted reproductive technology have multiplied options for people wanting to have a baby. But the law has not kept up with the science. The new legal and ethical frontiers of modern parenthood.
- Maureen McBrien a lawyer at Todd & Weld in Boston, MA, co-author of "Assisted Reproductive Technology: A Lawyers Guide to Emerging Law and Science," and adjunct professor at Suffolk University Law School.
- Kimberly Leighton Assistant Professor of Philosophy at American University
- Dr. Paul Gindoff Professor of Obstetrics & Gynecology at the George Washington University Medical Center and Director of The Fertility & IVF Center at The GW Medical Faculty Associates.
- Richard Vaughn Managing Attorney of the National Fertility Law Center
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