An Adoption Advocate's Perspectives on Embryo Placement

Atwood, Thomas C.
November 2008
Pediatric Nursing;Nov/Dec2008, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p487
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the goal of the National Council for Adoption (NCFA) to promote the well being of children, birthparents, and adoptive families by advocating for the positive option of embryo adoption. It outlines several principles and practices related to adoption. Accordingly, it indicates that adoption should serve the best interests of children, and making an adoption plan for a child is a loving and responsible act.


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