Appeared in Vol. 10 No. 1

In vitro fertilization raises many complex questions, each of which can be examined in rigorous logi- cal detail. As an introduction to these individual considerations, however, it is necessary to review the technique and place it in the large context of the general medical, personal and family concerns involved. The following article by Donald DeMarco reviews the basic questions, outlines the opposing views, and suggests a resolution of the prem which properly takes into account the fully integrated and personal nature of man. The last footnote provides an update on in vitro techniques since this article was written.

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