Ethics Committee on Assisted Reproductive Technology

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The Ethics Committee on Assisted Reproductive Technology exists to consider and determine applications for assisted reproductive procedures or human reproductive research. The Committee reports to the Ministry of Health.[1]

Members

As at 10 May 2011, the following were members of the Committee:[2]

References

  1. ACART: About (accessed on 30 June, 2011)
  2. ECART: Members (accessed on 30 June, 2011)