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Information rights and donor conception: lessons from adoption?

Chisholm, Richard


This article reviews the Australian experience in providing information rights for people separated through adoption, and considers its relevance in adjusting the competing interests of those involved in donor conception. The Australian laws, which differ from State to State, create information rights for adults who have been adopted, and also--with more qualifications--for other family members, such as birth parents and siblings. Some laws also seek to protect privacy, notably by use of the...[Show more]

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Date published: 2012
Type: Journal article
Source: Journal of Law and Medicine


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