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Update: California Bill Would Overturn Protections for Women Providing Eggs for Research by Diane ToberBiopolitical TimesJune 13th, 2013If the bill is approved by the full Senate and signed into law by the governor, California researchers would be permitted for the first time to pay women for their eggs.
What Happened When I Had My Genome Sequencedby Carole CadwalladrThe Guardian June 8th, 2013"I was sanguine about having my genome sequenced but maybe that's my faulty risk calculation."
Infertility Due to Old Eggs? An Anti-Aging Pioneer Ponders Solutionsby Melissa HealyLos Angeles TimesJune 5th, 2013Scientists draw on advances across many fields to propose a way to rejuvenate aging human eggs using a woman's own ovarian stem cells.
Mexican Americans Sterilized Disproportionately in California Institutions, Study Saysby Roque PlanasThe Huffington PostJune 5th, 2013A new study shows definitively that Mexican Americans were disproportionately sterilized in California during the first half of the 20th century.
Motherhood Deferred: Freezing Your Eggs[With CGS's Diane Tober]by Judy CampbellKQED ForumMay 31st, 2013What are the benefits and risks of freezing eggs? A discussion with CGS's Associate Executive Director, a journalist, and a reproductive endocrinologist.
The Facts: A Bill to Permit Researchers to Pay for Eggs is Bad for Women, Bad for Californiaby Alliance for Humane Biotechnology, Center for Genetics and Society, Our Bodies Ourselves, and Pro-Choice Alliance for Responsible ResearchMay 30th, 2013Given that many young women providing eggs for reproductive purposes have experienced serious complications, it would seem prudent to collect adequate safety data before expanding the market to include eggs for research.
Supreme Court Won't Hear Case of B.C. Woman Seeking Info About Sperm-Donor Dad by The Canadian PressThe Vancouver SunMay 30th, 2013The Supreme Court of Canada will not hear an appeal from a woman who argued that offspring should have access to information about their biological past.
Groups File Suit Against Arizona Law that Bans Abortion Based on Race, Gender Selectionby Howard FischerEast Valley TribuneMay 29th, 2013A coalition of rights groups are suing to overturn a two-year-old Arizona law banning abortion for race or gender selection.
Leading Scientist Attacks University Over 'Outrageous' IVF Treatment Patentby Robin McKieThe GuardianMay 25th, 2013The patent, which covers the duration of the first three cell cycles in a human embryo, encroaches on a naturally occurring phenomenon.
Donít Freeze Your Eggs Quite Yetby Miriam ZollSlateMay 24th, 2013There is no research to support the notion that women who are older than thirty will have any success with freezing their eggs.
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