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Reproductive Rights

Research guide on Reproductive Rights including abortion, assisted reproductive technologies, contraception, genetic screening, sterilization, and surrogacy.

About This Guide

This is a general guide to resources in the Tarlton Law Library and on the Internet on the following subjects:

  • abortion
  • assisted reproductive technologies (such as in vitro fertilization and artificial insemination)
  • contraception
  • genetic screening
  • sterilization
  • surrogacy

As the subjects covered and resources are vast, this guide is intended to help get you started on your research.

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You may find these other Tarlton research guides helpful.