Footnotes for "Great Britain's Debate Over the Utilization of Fetal Ova" by Angela Kennedy

  1. "Of Mice and Men," Labour Life Group News, Issue 2 (December 1991).
  2. The Independent on Sunday, 3 February 1991.
  3. Gerald McKnight, The Skin Game: The International Beauty Business Brutally Exposed (London: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1989); cited by Naomi Wolf, The Beauty Myth: How Images of Beauty Are Used against Women (London: Vintage, 1990).
  4. The Guardian, 8 January 1994.
  5. The Universe, 1 May 1994, p. 5.
  6. Ibid.
  7. "The Role of the HFEA" (information booklet), December 1992.
  8. "Donated Material: We Need Consent," The Universe, 1 May 1994.
  9. "BMA seeks to reject the use of fetal eggs," Independent, 2 December 1994.
  10. "Applying the science for a fertile debate," The Guardian, 8 January 1994.
  11. Kenan Malik, "Saying yuk is so much easier that facing facts," Independent, 12 January 1994.
  12. See note 10.
  13. Brian Appleyard, "The Human Self, Off the Shelf," The Independent, 5 January 1994.
  14. Cian Molloy, "Foetal Tissue the Real Issue," The Universe, 20 February 1994.
  15. Tom Wilkie, "Colours of morality," Independent on Sunday, 2 January 1994.
  16. "Woman, 59, gives birth to twins after eggs transplant," The Guardian, 27 December 1993.
  17. Malcolm Eames, "Ageing Mothers, Fatherless Children," Independent, 5 January 1994.
  18. Ibid.
  19. Carol Adams, The Sexual Politics of Meat (Cambridge: Polity Press, 1990).
  20. Rosalind Coward, "The YUK Factor," The Independent on Sunday, 9 January 1994.
  21. Linda Grant, "Fertility Rights," The Guardian Weekend, 29 January 1994.
  22. Ibid.
  23. Ibid.
  24. Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority Public Consultation Document, "Donated Ovarian Tissue in Embryo Research and Assisted Conception," January 1994.
  25. Janet Hadley, Letters, Everywoman, July 1994.
  26. Anne MacKlean, The Elimination of Morality: Reflections on Utilitarianism and Bioethics (London: Routledge, 1993).