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What are the arguments for and against donor insemination treatment for the couple? Answer: The risks associated with donor insemination treatment are multiple pregnancies and ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome. Donor insemination treatment has a number of side effects such as nausea, vomiting, ovarian enlargement, and ovarian cyst formation. It is not therapeutic in nature and does not cure infertility what are the criteria for selecting a donor?
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It raises many questions, such as whether to reveal the identity of the donor who provided the couples’ sperm? What information will be provided to the child in the future? There is a sperm bank, so the same material will be used for multiple inseminations, thus increasing the consequences of consanguineous marriages.
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Describe the principles of scientific practice. Answer: There are six principles of scientific practice, such as objectivity, doubtful certainty, freedom of research, reproducibility of research, and respect for subjects, and the scientific community.
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Discuss ethical issues related to nanomedicine. Answer: Assessing the safety of nanomaterials can be difficult because nanomaterials are not a uniform class of compounds. Each type of material must be assessed on its own terms. There are risks associated with nanoscale materials that depend on the route of exposure, as they accumulate in different parts of the body and have adverse effects. Therefore, ethical guidelines and regulations are required. Social and regulatory aspects of nanomedicine need to be discussed.