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The Assisted Human Reproduction Act and LGBTQ Communities

A Paper submitted to the Assisted Human Reproduction Agency (AHRA) by the AHRA/LGBTQ Working Group, consisting of Toronto-based service providers (physicians, nurses, fertility counselors, midwives, community development workers, lawyers), researchers (university, institutional, community-based), and consumers of reproductive technologies. This paper addresses the group’s key concerns and recommendations in relation to Canada’s Assisted Human Reproduction Act.

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