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3/3. Some of our best-known institutions come under scrutiny in a series of debates.
The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority
Should parents have the right to engineer a baby to save a sibling? And should couples be allowed to choose the sex of their children? The HFEA has been accused of being aloof - not talking to patients nor consulting widely enough with the scientific community. Professor Alison Murdoch steps in to defend them against clinician
Dr Mohammed Taranissi , who says the HFEA interferes and is out of touch with science. Diana Madill is in the chair, and there's an invited forum of experts. Producer Jim Frank Repeated on Saturday at 10.15pm


Professor Alison Murdoch
Dr Mohammed Taranissi
Diana Madill
Jim Frank

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