1. This Act recognizes the necessity of preventing infertility and promoting reproductive health and is designed to protect the health of persons and more particularly the health of women or persons who carry a child and who resort to assisted procreation activities that may be medically required and of children born of such activities, whose filiation is then established according to the provisions of the Civil Code.
For that purpose, the object of this Act is to regulate clinical and research activities relating to assisted procreation in order to ensure high-quality, safe and ethical practices. The Act is also designed to encourage the ongoing improvement of services in that area.
2009, c. 30, s. 1; 2022, c. 222022, c. 22, s. 1221.