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So Eager for Grandchildren, They’re Paying the Egg-Freezing Clinicby Elissa GootmanNew York TimesMay 13th, 2012The use of egg freezing technology seems to be growing at an alarming pace.
£750 for your eggsby Neil Sears and Jenny HopeDaily MailMay 11th, 2012A fertility firm targets Cambridge University as critics blast the company for exploiting financially vulnerable students.
Asian Women Command Premium Prices for Egg Donation in U.S.by Shan LiLos Angeles TimesMay 3rd, 2012The high prices reflect growing demand and a shortage of willing providers.
Are Canadian Fertility Services Breaking the Law?by Françoise BaylisBioethics ForumMay 1st, 2012In Canada, the assisted reproduction business may be in violation of the law and more regulation is needed, Françoise Baylis argues.
Ova Brokers Remain Unchecked. Number of Births Resulting From In Vitro Fertilization Abroad UnknownThe Daily Yomiuri April 30th, 2012At least 130 children were born to Japanese parents from 2007 to 2011, but the exact number is unknown because the firms that arrange the treatment are unregulated.
Will Gattaca Come True?[Quotes CGS's Marcy Darnovsky]by Mara HvistendahlSlateApril 27th, 2012Noninvasive, early fetal tests for sex, paternity, and chromosomal conditions will change pregnancy dramatically — and raise tricky ethical questions.
Woman Who Ran Surrogacy Company Arrested on Fraud Chargesby Rosalio AhumadaBellingham HeraldApril 20th, 2012A California woman was arrested this week on charges that her company, SurroGenesis, was defrauding its clients.
Canada's Fertility Industry Now Open for (Unregulated) Businessby Emily BeitiksBiopolitical TimesApril 19th, 2012The decision to close down Assisted Human Reproduction Canada signals even less oversight of the country’s fertility industry.
IVF Babies May Face Later Cardiac Risksby Chris KaiserMedPage TodayApril 19th, 2012Children conceived using in vitro fertilization may be at risk for premature cardiovascular disease, a new study finds.
Baby Sex Selection Ad Targets Indo-Canadiansby Annie Burns-PieperCBC NewsApril 17th, 2012A Washington-based fertility clinic is advertising sex selection services - "Create the Family You Want: Boy or Girl" - in a Canadian newspaper that targets South Asian communities.
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