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Frozen Egg Banks – A “Paradigm Shift” for the Fertility Industry?by Jessica CussinsBiopolitical TimesNovember 1st, 2012If egg freezing takes off, finding a future child’s genetic mother may feel a lot more like “catalog shopping.”
Frozen Eggs[With CGS's Marcy Darnovsky]by Tom AshbrookNPR On PointOctober 26th, 2012Should women freeze their eggs as a lifestyle choice?
Law Lags as Aussies Employ Overseas Surrogate Mums[radio transcript]by Damien CarrickABC (Australia) RadioNationalOctober 23rd, 2012Though surrogacy is illegal in Australia, a child is born in India to Australian parents every day. What are the legal and ethical dimensions of hiring a woman from another country as a surrogate?
Reproductive Tourism: Paying Women in Poor Countries to Bear Our Babies is Rife with Ethical ProblemsHealthCanal.comOctober 23rd, 2012An upcoming Journal of Medical Ethics paper highlights major ethical concerns with reproductive tourism, one of which is the tension between business and medical ethics.
Poland to Start Funding IVF Fertility Treatmentby Agata NaleczReutersOctober 22nd, 2012In conflict with Catholic views, Poland's Prime Minster announced plans to provide financing for IVF for married and unmarried couples under certain circumstances.
Egg Freezing Changing Fertility Treatmentsby Elizabeth CohenCNNOctober 22nd, 2012Egg freezing technology has led to a paradigm shift in the fertility industry.
IVF Linked to More Birth Defectsby Alexandra SifferlinTimeOctober 22nd, 2012Researchers report that in vitro fertilization may increase birth defect risk among children born through the technique, especially in the heart, eyes, reproductive organs and urinary systems.
Surrogacy, Now Big Business in Southern Californiaby Michael CookBioEdgeOctober 20th, 2012A promotional video used for gay couples in “the surrogacy friendly state of California” lacks any discussion of the difficult moral terrain.
Clinic Raffles Could Make You a Winner, and Maybe a Motherby Douglas QuenquaNew York TimesOctober 20th, 2012Fertility clinics around the country have found that drawings and essay contests can be an effective way to raise their profiles and attract customers.
Commercial Surrogacy Grows in Indiaby Stephanie M. LeeSan Francisco ChronicleOctober 20th, 2012Critics worry that the mostly unregulated industry is rife with potential health and legal complications for the intended parents and surrogates alike.
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