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Yet there has been disquiet that the assisted fertilisation technique GIFT—in which eggs and sperm are placed in close proximity to each other in a woman’s fallopian tube—is not regulated by the statutory licensing authority (unless donated gametes are involved), because it does not involve the creation of an embryo outside the body. g. ILA 1991; Winston 1991). The responses from the Department of Health have all been to the effect that the legislation was explicitly directed towards regulating work with (and storage of) embryos and donated gametes.
The term ‘procreation’ implies the creation of offspring ‘brought forth’ from the body. Those whose views are presented in this book would probably take creation as encompassing the whole process from fertilisation to birth. A social event (involving a couple as sexual partners) is imagined as sparking off the biological development first of the embryo and then of the fetus. The creation of offspring is thus taken to be grounded in a composite of social and biological factors. But since the couple become parents only by virtue of the biological development taking place, the social recognition of their parenthood must follow the biological fact.