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114 Japanese women by sperm fertility father-in-law ethical issues of original title: 114 Japanese women by "father sperm" ethical issues of family [global network reporter Tan Liya reported: according to Hongkong, "Wen Wei Po" reported on September 19th, a Japanese infertility hospital revealed that over the past 20 years, there were 114 Japanese couples in vitro fertilization by husband the father’s sperm and gave birth to a total of 173 infants. The news once again aroused the concern of the Japanese Society for ethical issues arising from infertility treatment. According to reports, Nagano Prefecture "Suwa infertility hospital" Dean nezu eight Hung said that from November 1996 to July this year, Japan had 160 due to her husband suffering from azoospermia and infertility couples through the use of husband and wife father’s sperm eggs for artificial insemination. 142 of the couples were pregnant, and 114 were successful in giving birth to a baby. However, due to the number of cases of multiple births, the total number of babies actually born 173. This figure increased significantly compared with the 118 people in the same hospital announced in 2014. According to the Japan Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology, sperm in vitro fertilization should be limited to between two couples. In 2003, the Japanese Ministry of health experts report also recognized only by third couples to provide sperm or eggs anonymously. As for the blood donor eggs, because the family relationship will become complicated, so the Japanese government did not permit. Editor: Kang Yunkai相关的主题文章: