On the eve of the Constitutional Court of South Korea concluded that obtained in the course of in vitro fertilization (IVF) embryos are not human beings, and therefore can not enjoy the fundamental rights of people.This does not apply to embryos that were implanted into the uterus.
The decision of the supreme body of the judiciary of South Korea was made as a result of the application of the initiative group of 13 people who claimed that the destruction or use of frozen embryos for medical research, violate their human rights.Having carefully considered the matter, the judge decided to uphold the current law, according to which these actions are valid with embryos.And even more - Korean Reproduction clinics should be required to destroy all the stored embryos, five years after receipt, and to do this in order to avoid their accumulation and misuse.
reports on the pages an Internet resource medportal.ru, the court concluded that the creation of the "excess" IVF embryos in the process of inevitable, whil
The court also ruled that the use of embryos left over after IVF can be carried out only with the permission of the donor sperm and eggs, and they have every right to change your mind at any time.As for the destruction of embryos, then it does not require such permission.
In conclusion, it remains to note that the court called on the local markets growth stocks of companies engaged in stem cells.