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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.
Stricter Norms for Assisted Reproductive Technology Clinicsby Kounteya SinhaThe Times of IndiaApril 12th, 2012India is establishing a mandatory registry for all fertility clinics in the country.
British Man 'Fathered 600 Children' at Own Fertility Clinicby Rebecca SmithTelegraphApril 8th, 2012Research by two men conceived at a London-based fertility clinic suggests that the Austrian biologist who founded it provided two thirds of the donated sperm.
Scientists Rewrite Rules of Human Reproduction by Steve ConnorThe IndependentApril 7th, 2012UK scientists claim that lab-grown egg cells could revolutionize fertility and banish menopause.
Sperm: America's Most Renewable Resource?CBS This MorningApril 5th, 2012The United States has become the world's top exporter of sperm.
Egg and Sperm Donors: HFEA in Drive to Increase Numbersby Jane HughesBBC NewsApril 4th, 2012The UK fertility regulator is seeking to reduce the taboo around egg and sperm donation, but critics say egg donation is an invasive process, and women should be warned of the risks.
Mother's Helper: A Shocking Thing I Learned After Giving Up My Eggsby Catherine LaceyThe AtlanticApril 4th, 2012For $8,000 it was easy for the author to justify selling her eggs the first time. The second time, too. Only then did they share the bad news.
Government Shutters Agency That Oversees Canada’s Fertility and Assisted Reproduction Industryby Tom BlackwellNational PostMarch 30th, 2012Canada’s fertility industry will soon be left with virtually no official oversight, after the federal government decided this week to close down the regulatory agency for the field.
Canadian women richly rewarded for donating eggsby CTVNews.ca StaffCTV NewsMarch 27th, 2012It's illegal in Canada to pay for human eggs or sperm. But the practice continues because no one is enforcing the law.
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