A person's gametes or human cells1 may not be used2 to bring about the creation of any embryo in vitro3 except where there is an effective consent4 by that person to any embryo, the creation of which may be brought about with the use of those gametes or human cells, being used for one or more of a particular purpose5. Those purposes are: (1) providing treatment services to the person giving consent, or that person and another specified person together; (2) providing treatment services to persons not including the person giving consent; and (3) use for the purposes of
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