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Australian Appeals Court Upholds Patents on Isolated BRCA1 DNAby Robert Cook-DeeganGenomics Law ReportSeptember 30th, 2014The Australian court seems not to have dismissed the U.S. Supreme Court’s concern, but rather to have entirely missed it.
Surrogacy Boom in Mexico Brings Tales of Missing Money and Stolen Eggsby Jo TuckmanThe GuardianSeptember 25th, 2014Gestational mothers and new parents tell about the dark side of an industry that operates in a legal grey area.
South African Egg Donor Sent to India, Realizes Agency is Scamming Recipientsby Miranda WardWe Are Egg DonorsSeptember 22nd, 2014Martene is an active egg donor who has traveled internationally for her egg donations. While the recent cycles have been smooth and positive, her first cycle was a different story.
The Story of 10 Couples Who Fought Costa Rica’s Ban on in Vitro Fertilizationby Johanna TorresThe Costarican Times [Costa Rica]September 21st, 2014A new documentary tells the story of ten couples in Costa Rica who sued their government after it banned IVF.
Fertility Clinics: What the Law Saysby Laignee BarronThe Phnom Penh PostSeptember 20th, 2014Cambodia has its first IVF clinic, as well as several private and public fertility counselors, but no corresponding laws.
Interview: The Global Trade in Reproductionby Carmel ShalevBioEdgeSeptember 20th, 2014There have been too many cases of harm to children, and to women who agree to take part in reproductive collaborations for the benefit of others.
International Surrogacy, Global Consumerism, Harms to Women and Childrenby Carmel Shalev, Biopolitical Times guest contributorSeptember 15th, 2014Medical associations, nations, and the international community must intervene in the unregulated global market for surrogacy to protect, promote and sanction the human dignity and human rights of women and children.
Next-Generation Stem Cells Cleared for Human Trialby David CyranoskiNatureSeptember 10th, 2014A Japanese patient with a debilitating eye disease is about to become the first person to be treated with induced pluripotent stem cells.
Genetic Rights and Wrongsby EditorialNatureSeptember 9th, 2014Australia’s decision to uphold a patent on biological material is in danger of hampering the development of diagnostic tests.
Surrogate Targeted After Backing OutBangkok PostSeptember 9th, 2014A Thai surrogate mother who had second thoughts appealed for help from authorities after becoming the target of threats and intimidation by the surrogacy clinic and police working for them.
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