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Shree Mulay: Reproductive Tourism and Trafficking: Challenges and Opportunities- Tarrytown 2011

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Published on May 3, 2012

Professor Shree Mulay, Associate Dean and Professor of Community Health and Humanities at the Memorial University of Newfoundland at St. Johns, presents on some of the issues surrounding global reproductive tourism. Prof. Mulay discusses some of the challenges reproductive tourism presents for women's health and establishing regulatory frameworks for overseeing assisted reproductive technologies.
The Tarrytown Meetings bring together people working to ensure that human biotechnologies and related emerging technologies support rather than undermine social justice, equality, human rights, ecological integrity and the common good.

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