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Assisted Reproductive Technologies in an Inquiry-based Classroomby Gina Maranto, Biopolitical Times guest contributorBiopolitical TimesJuly 2nd, 2011A course called "Rent-a-Wombs and Donor Eggs" uses an inquiry-based pedagogical approach.
Are Skewed Sex Ratios In Americaís Future? by Osagie K. ObasogieBiopolitical TimesJune 30th, 2011Might technological shifts turn Americansí preference for sons into a full-blown son preference?
Americans Prefer Sons To Daughters, Survey FindsHuffington PostJune 24th, 2011If Americans could have only one child, they would prefer that it be a boy rather than a girl, by a 40% to 28% margin, with the rest having no preference or no opinion on the matter.
IVF still an all-comers affair in Nigeria[Nigeria] by Onche OdehIndependent OnlineJune 22nd, 2011The absence of a regulatory framework for fertility treatment in Nigeria has encouraged quackery in the highly specialized field of medical technology.
Nadya Suleman doctor asks court to retain medical licenseby Rong-Gong Lin IILos Angeles TimesJune 21st, 2011The Beverly Hills fertility doctor who helped Nadya Suleman give birth to octuplets is asking the Los Angeles County Superior Court to protect his medical license from revocation.
Israeli Feminists Weigh in on Egg Donation and Surrogacy Lawsby Emily StehrBiopolitical TimesJune 16th, 2011Isha L'Isha gives a voice to those not usually involved in shaping these laws -- the women affected by them.
Getting Closer to Designing Babies [MP3 audio][Interview with CGS's Marcy Darnovsky]Mothers for a Human Future Blog Talk RadioJune 15th, 2011Enola Aird of Mothers for a Human Future talks with Marcy Darnovsky about the latest developments in new human genetic and reproductive technologies and their implications for mothers and children.
Eight Babies and the End of a Doctor's Careerby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesJune 15th, 2011Fertility specialist Dr. Michael Kamrava lost his license to practice medicine for repeated negligence involving three patients, including the mother of octuplets.
Birthday Honours: Test-tube baby pioneer knightedBBC NewsJune 10th, 2011IVF pioneer and Nobel prize winner Robert Edwards is among several leading health specialists to be knighted in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours.
The Pratten ruling: An anonymous sperm providerís son explains why it matters by Barry Stevens, Biopolitical Times guest contributorJune 2nd, 2011Along with the majority of my fellow offspring, I believe that it is wrong to use anonymous gamete providers in assisted conception. And the most common argument against an open system - that the number of egg and sperm donors will go down - is contradicted by the evidence.
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