“Throughout the book Nelson's claims and analysis are backed up by so much research and data as to be highly convincing. With a very impressive bibliography to round things off, this book is a must-read for anyone who is interested in any aspect of the regulation of human reproduction, assisted or otherwise, not least because it ties together so many strands (from surrogacy to wrongful birth, access to contraception to gamete donation) with a united theoretical framework.” – Kirsty Horsey,
Medical Law Review
“... a detailed analysis of contemporary meanings of reproductive autonomy.
The comparative approach in this book, drawing on legal and regulatory developments and debates in the UK, the US, Canada and Australia, will make the book essential reading for those interested in this complex area.
... [the book provides] rich and thoughtful analyses of the contemporary meanings of health rights [and deserves] a wide readership from those interested in law, human rights, health law, and policy.” – Belinda Bennett,
Sydney Law Review, Volume 36, 2014