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UK Seeks Regulatory Advice for “Mitochondrial Replacement,” Fails to Mention Cross-Generational Implications
by Jessica Cussins
June 17th, 2015
How does one go about regulating the world’s first cross-generational biological experiment in human germline modification? The regulating body in charge isn’t exactly sure.
Pre-Implantation Diagnosis to be Allowed
by Jeannie Wurz
June 14th, 2015
About 62% of Swiss voters have said yes to genetic screening of embryos before implantation in a woman’s uterus.
IVF isn't a Fix-All for Those Choosing to Delay Adulthood
by William Ledger
The Age [Australia]
May 31st, 2015
Today, just 12 per cent of IVF cycles in women over 40 result in the birth of a baby.
Human Factory Farming and the Campaign to Outlaw Surrogacy
by Mirah Riben
May 30th, 2015
America is known as the most lax country for adoption and surrogacy. It has been called the Wild West for its lack of regulation of these practices. Is this a legacy we want to continue?
Here’s a Greek Business That’s Booming: Making Test-Tube Babies
by Maria Petrakis
May 25th, 2015
“There might be a financial crisis, but people will still pay to get a child when they want one.”
Do Most Women Who Get Fertility Treatments Take on Debt to Do It?
by Neil Shah
Wall Street Journal
May 20th, 2015
Nearly half of women who were going through or had gone through fertility treatments took on over $10,000 in debt, according to a new survey.
Is it Time to Question the Ethics of Donor Conception?
by Olivia Gordon
May 18th, 2015
Donor-conceived children now have the right to identify their genetic parents. But for some, the change came too late, and not knowing can be "excruciatingly painful."
Meet the World’s First Baby Born With an Assist from Stem Cells
by Alice Park
May 7th, 2015
Because the procedure is so new, some reproductive science experts are skeptical.
US 'Will Not Fund Research For Modifying Embryo DNA'
[Quotes CGS's Marcy Darnovsky]
by James Gallagher
April 30th, 2015
Modifying the DNA of embryos is a "line that should not be crossed", a leading figure in US research says.
Why Facebook’s Egg Donor Ads Freak Me Out (And Should Freak You Out Too)
by Sayantani DasGupta,
April 27th, 2015
With the disturbing aspects of the ova donation industry in mind, the additional digital twist of the personalized Facebook ova ad is particularly disturbing.
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A Pro-Woman Stem-Cell Policy
Women’s Eggs and Stem Cell Research [PDF]
Egg Extraction For Stem Cell Research: Issues for Women’s Health
Beyond Embryo Politics
Eggs vs Ethics in the Stem Cell Debate
Testimony on Egg Retrieval to California Senate Committee
Cutting-Edge Technology and Mitochondrial Diseases - Where is the Limit?
Putting a Price on a Human Egg
Outsourcing Motherhood: India's Reproductive Dystopia
Sperm Donor Fathers Reveal Struggle of Not Knowing Who Their Kids Are
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