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China Embraces Precision Medicine on a Massive Scale
by David Cyranoski
January 6th, 2016
The country's strong genomics record bodes well, but a shortage of doctors could pose a hurdle.
The billion dollar babies
by Vandy Muong & Will Jackson
The Phnom Penh Post [Cambodia]
January 2nd, 2016
Now banned in India, Nepal and Thailand, the surrogacy industry is moving into Cambodia, but potential parents are being warned to stay away.
Crackdown on Surrogacy 'to Continue' Even as Ban Idea Dropped
by Liu Jiaying (trans. Li Rongde)
Caixin Online [China]
December 29th, 2015
Lawmakers in China believe further consultation on the complex issue is needed, but surrogacy is still effectively banned.
Shifting Surrogacy Laws Give Birth to Uncertainty
by Brad Bertrand
Nikkei Asian Review [Singapore]
December 26th, 2015
Since the government clampdowns in Thailand, India and Nepal, the focus in Asia has shifted to Malaysia and Cambodia, which lack comprehensive legal frameworks to regulate surrogacy.
Dodgy Stem Cell Treatments, Questionable Practices Under Investigation
by Janene Pieters
NL Times [Netherlands]
December 23rd, 2015
Chronically ill patients in the Netherlands are being lured into stem cell treatments for which there is no scientific proof.
Biopolitical News of 2015
by Elliot Hosman, Pete Shanks & Marcy Darnovsky,
December 22nd, 2015
We highlight 2015’s breaking news stories about human biotech developments.
Ontario funds one cycle of IVF — while supplies last
by Alison Motluk
Canadian Medical Association Journal
December 16th, 2015
Not all Ontarians who are eligible for a funded cycle of in vitro fertilization will necessarily get it, and it's not clear just how the 5000 annual spots will be allocated to individual patients.
Mexican State Votes to Ban Surrogacy for Gay Men and Foreign People
by Associated Press in Mexico City
The Guardian [UK]
December 15th, 2015
Tabasco was the only Mexican state to allow surrogacy, supposedly on a non-commercial basis.
China 'clone factory' scientist eyes human replication
by Rebecca Davis
Agence France Presse
December 1st, 2015
The scientist behind the world's biggest cloning factory has technology advanced enough to replicate humans, and is only holding off for fear of the public reaction.
[China] Couples in China making babies through assisted reproduction
November 14th, 2015
Half of the 90 million Chinese women now allowed to have a second child are between the ages of 40 and 49, and many couples are turning to assisted reproduction clinics.
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National Polices on Human Genetic Modification: A Preliminary Survey
New Zealand: The Human Assisted Reproductive Technology Bill
Inequality, Democracy and the New Human Biotechnologies
Canada: The Assisted Human Reproduction Act
California’s Stem Cell Agency Considers “Editing” Human Embryos
IVF treatment: South African agency flies egg donors to Australia
Israeli Parents, Indian Surrogates, a Nepali Earthquake, and "Cheap White Eggs"
We Are This Close to "Designer Babies"
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