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Topic - Steven Snyder
"The only way to avoid these situations is to change the law to catch up with the technology and what people are actually doing in assisted reproduction," Mr. Snyder said.
But, he said, the problem is that if people "don't fall under the strict terms of the law, then the law doesn't protect you."