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Debate Over Fertility Industry Treatment of Egg Donors Heats Up Conferenceby Helen BranswellThe Canadian PressSeptember 22nd, 2011A panel on egg donations and the risks to donors descended into a verbal mauling at the annual meeting of the Canadian Fertility and Andrology Society on Thursday.
Embryo testing stokes concern over designer babiesby Sharon Kirkey, Postmedia NewsMontreal GazetteSeptember 19th, 2011The era of designer babies may be closer than most people think, one of Canada’s leading figures in reproductive medicine is warning.
A New Openness For Donor Kids About Their Biologyby Jennifer LuddenNPRSeptember 17th, 2011A two-part report explores issues related to children born from donor gametes.
Sperm Bank Turns Down Redheadsby Richard OrangeTelegraph [UK]September 16th, 2011Cryos, the world's largest sperm bank located in Denmark, has started turning down redheaded donors because there is too little demand for their sperm.
Sex Selection: Not only Asia’s Problem, Says Council of Europe by Doug PetBiopolitical TimesSeptember 15th, 2011A committee of the Council of Europe approved a draft resolution and recommendations for addressing the growing problem of sex selection in Europe.
Young Women’s Eggs: Elite and Ordinaryby Elizabeth Reis, Biopolitical Times guest contributorBiopolitical Times guest contributorSeptember 15th, 2011There is outrageous discrepancy between what are considered “elite” and more ordinary eggs.
Sperm Donor Siblings: Family Trees, Invisible Rootsby Doug PetBiopolitical TimesSeptember 8th, 2011The New York Times reports that some fertility clinics use sperm from “popular” donors over and over again, in one case creating 150 related offspring.
One Sperm Donor, 150 Offspringby Jacqueline MrozNew York TimesSeptember 5th, 2011There is growing concern among parents, donors and medical experts about potential negative consequences of having so many children fathered by the same donors.
Egg Freezing: Risks to Women and Children Unknown by Marcy DarnovskyRH Reality CheckAugust 29th, 2011Recent media accounts of egg freezing typically acknowledge the inadequate follow-up studies of children born after the procedure. But they neglect to mention the known – though also under-studied – risks of egg retrieval for women.
Growth of egg freezing blurs 'experimental' labelby Alison MotlukNatureAugust 23rd, 2011No one knows how successful the freezing and thawing of older eggs will be — despite the fact that most women now seeking the service are over 38.
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