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What provisions in the Act deal with people born from fertility procedures?

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What provisions in the Act deal with people born from fertility procedures?

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The first principle of the Assisted Human Reproduction Act states that “the health and well-being of children born through the application of assisted human reproductive technologies must be given priority in all decisions respecting their use.” Other provisions of the Act address the health and ethical issues related to the commercialization of human life by prohibiting the purchase of sperm, eggs or in vitro embryos. In addition, the Act contains a number of provisions designed to protect the interests of people conceived from donated sperm, eggs, or embryos, or as a result of surrogacy. For example, it requires that Assisted Human Reproduction Canada, the Agency that administers the Act, maintain a confidential Personal Health Information Registry (PHIR) of personal health data about donors, recipients of donations and any resulting offspring. The Act provides for disclosure of the health reporting information contained in the PHIR upon request but this will not include the identity

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