Hong Kong ban on IVF for unwed is discriminatory, say critics.


This article on the Hong Kong Human Reproductive Technology Ordinance with an opinion given by Winnie Chow, Partner at Hampton, Winter and Glynn, is taken from South China Morning Post (SCMP) on 9th January 2015.


It examines why the Human Reproductive Technology Ordinance, which prevents single persons and unmarried couples from using assisted reproductive technology, is outdated and not in line with societal norms.  The article also provides pointers to future amendments. [ARTICLE]