A person's gametes or human cells1 must not be used to bring about the creation of any human admixed embryo in vitro2 unless there is an effective consent by that person to any human admixed embryo, the creation of which may be brought about with the use of those gametes or human cells, being used for the purposes of any project of research3.
A human admixed embryo the creation of which was brought about in vitro must not be:
(1) received by any person unless there is an effective consent by each relevant person4 in relation to the human admixed
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