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Eugenics Fear Over Gene Modification[Letter to the Editor]by David King et al.The GuardianMarch 15th, 2013The benefits of mitochondrial replacement are heavily outweighed by the risks to the child and to society.
‘Business has Boomed’: Canadian Surrogacy Agent Facing 27 Charges Continues her Controversial Workby Tom BlackwellNational PostMarch 13th, 2013A surrogacy agent facing 27 charges under a precedent-setting RCMP prosecution continues to forge ahead with her controversial work, offering cash incentives for recruiting new surrogate mothers.
Experiments with Inheritable Genetic Modificationby Jessica CussinsBiopolitical TimesMarch 13th, 2013A developmental biologist looks carefully at research on mitochondria replacement that would be an experimental form of human inheritable genetic modification.
The British Embryo Authority and the Chamber of Eugenicsby Stuart A. NewmanHuffington PostMarch 11th, 2013Mitochondria replacement would be a misuse of technology with clear potential for individual and social harms.
Clinic Ships in Eggs From US 'Bank' to Tackle Shortage by Julia MedewThe Sydney Morning HeraldMarch 10th, 2013Australians have started paying $19,000 to import eggs from American women under a new deal with US-based World Egg Bank, the largest commercial frozen egg bank in the world.
Donor Wombs: Giving Women Without Uteruses a Chance to Carry a Baby Stirs Assisted Baby Making Debateby Sharon KirkeyEdmonton JournalMarch 10th, 2013In a world first attempt, doctors in Turkey are preparing to transfer a single frozen embryo into a 23-year-old woman whose uterus came from a brain-dead donor.
California Bill Seeks Pay for Women Who Donate Eggs for Researchby Melody GutierrezThe Sacramento BeeMarch 10th, 2013A recently introduced bill in California seeks to overturn existing policies that limit payments to women who provide eggs for research to reimbursement for their expenses.
Surrogate Offered $10,000 to Abort Babyby Elizabeth CohenCNNMarch 6th, 2013A surrogate refused to have an abortion after severe abnormalities were spotted on an ultrasound and moved to Michigan, where she became the legal mother.
GM Babies?by Jessica CussinsBiopolitical TimesMarch 5th, 2013A debate about genetically engineered babies is hijacked by slick rhetoric.
Surrogacy Laws May Leave Australian Babies Statelessby Kerry BrewsterABC News [Australia]March 4th, 2013Australian babies may be left stateless and unable to leave India as a result of changes to the country's commercial surrogacy laws.
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