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Selecting the gender of a baby by sex has provoked intense debate in recent years.Critics claim it is ‘playing God’ and could lead to the creation of ‘designer babies’ where parents map out every detail of their unborn child without having to resort to donor eggs or sperm.
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However, he said the procedure was ‘perfectly doable’ for a cost of about £11,000 and that he would prepare our reporter for treatment.
He suggested he would have to feign ignorance about the real reason for her trip to Cyprus.
Helping hand: Charles Kingsland told our reporter he would prepare our statement - but would have to deny any knowledge.
There is no suggestion the babies in this picture were subject to sex selection Sex selection was made illegal in Britain by the Human Fertilisation And Embryology Act 2008 except on very narrow medical grounds.
However, the UK Cypriot Fertility Association (UKCFA), in which Mr Kingsland is a shareholder, is offering it to women who want to choose the gender of their child for purely social reasons.
On its website, the company advertises that the ‘family balancing’ treatment will be carried out at its affiliated clinic, the Cyprus IVF Centre in Famagusta, in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.