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TITLE 39
HEALTH AND SAFETY
CHAPTER 93
IDAHO UNBORN INFANTS DIGNITY ACT
39-9307.  informed consent required for certain experimentation. Bodily remains of an unborn infant whose death occurred as a result of miscarriage or stillbirth may be used for animal or human research, experimentation, study or transplantation only if the mother of the deceased unborn infant makes a signed, written statement declaring that:
(1)  The mother donates the specific bodily remains for animal or human research, experimentation, study or transplantation;
(2)  The donation is made without any restriction regarding the identity of individuals who may be the recipients of transplantations of any bodily remains;
(3)  The mother has not been informed of the identity of any individuals who may be recipients of transplantations of bodily remains;
(4)  The mother understands her right to obtain the bodily remains for final disposition in accordance with the provisions of this act; and
(5)  Full disclosure has been provided to the mother with regard to the attending physician’s interest, if any, in the research, experimentation, study or transplantation to be conducted with specific bodily remains.

History:
[39-9307, added 2016, ch. 368, sec. 1, p. 1080.]


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