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Guest Post by Arthur Caplan on Human Reproductive Cloningby Arthur CaplanKnoepfler Lab Stem Cell BlogJanuary 8th, 2013"The issue of human cloning for reproduction is one of the greatest non-issues in the history of ethical disputes in America and around the world."
Surrogacy as Cover for Trading in Babiesby Ujjwala NayuduThe Indian ExpressJanuary 8th, 2013A case in Ahmedabad blurs the line between baby trading and surrogacy.
More Female Fetuses Aborted in Europeby Claudia HennenDWJanuary 7th, 2013Sex selection is not just a problem confined to China and India: New statistics show skewed sex ratios in favor of boys in Albania, Kosovo and Montenegro.
Rape in India: A Result of Sex Selection? by Erika ChristakisTimeJanuary 4th, 2013Behind the angry protests over the horrific gang rape and murder of a 23-year-old medical student is an even deeper story: the preference for male babies in India and much of the world may be at the root of this senseless violence.
New Guidelines: India Not A Viable Option For Gay Couples, Unmarried Couples Or Single Individualsby Andrew VorzimerThe Spin DoctorJanuary 4th, 2013India’s Ministry of Home Affairs has released guidelines that apply to foreign nationals seeking an Indian surrogate.
Sperm Donor Offspring Call for Privacy Changesby Kyoko HasegawainSingJanuary 3rd, 2013Donor-conceived children in Japan, where there are no laws governing access to details of genetic parentage, are calling for the practice of anonymous sperm and egg donation to be banned.
1.7 Million Human Embryos Created for IVF Thrown Awayby Andrew HoughThe TelegraphDecember 31st, 2012Official statistics show that almost half of embryos used to help a women conceive through in vitro fertilisation were thrown away during or after the process.
Exclusive: Rise in Number of Couples Seeking 'Wombs for Hire' Abroad by Jeremy LauranceThe IndependentDecember 28th, 2012The number of British couples formally registering children born to foreign surrogates has nearly trebled in five years, raising concerns that poor women in developing countries are being exploited by rich Westerners.
New Calif. Law Eases Sperm Donor Testing RulesMercury NewsDecember 28th, 2012California women who want to get pregnant using sperm from a donor they know should find the process easier and less expensive next year, thanks to a new state law.
HealthWatch: More Parents Deciding Sex Of Children [Video][With CGS's Marcy Darnovsky]by Kim MulvihillCBS San FranciscoDecember 28th, 2012More Bay Area parents are spending thousands of dollars to predetermine whether their child will be a boy or girl.
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