Code of Ethics and Conduct of the Brazilian Association of Embryologists - PRONÚCLEO.

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Summary of "Code of Ethics and Conduct of the Brazilian Association of Embryologists - PRONÚCLEO."

For more than three decades, Brazilian Clinical Embryologists have been working without specific regulations and following the standards adopted by other healthcare professionals. This document aims to guide behavior and decision-making, while providing directions to embryologist with the purpose of aiding professionals involved with assisted reproduction procedures and their patients. The Code of Ethics and Conduct is an important breakthrough and the first step toward regulating Clinical Embryology as a profession.


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Name: JBRA assisted reproduction
ISSN: 1518-0557


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