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DNA Blueprint for Fetus Built Using Tests of Parents[Quotes CGS's Marcy Darnovsky]by Andrew PollackThe New York TimesJune 6th, 2012Using only a blood sample from the pregnant woman and a saliva specimen from the father, researchers explain that “Our capacity to generate data is outstripping our ability to interpret it in ways that are useful to physicians and patients.”
Indian Surrogate Dies Amid Complications in Eighth Month of Pregnancyby Jessica CussinsBiopolitical TimesMay 31st, 2012The death of Premila Vaghela illustrates the risks that impoverished surrogates may be tempted to take.
Son Preference and Sex Selection in America: Why It Persists and How We Can Change Itby Sujatha Jesudason and Anat Shenker-OsorioRH Reality CheckMay 31st, 2012Empowering families, communities, and societies to root out biases and alter their own behaviors without shaming, blaming, or curtailing the rights of women is our only real hope of tackling this issue.
Revealed: How More and More Britons are Paying Indian Women to Become Surrogate Mothersby Shekhar BhatiaThe Telegraph (UK)May 26th, 2012The sheer scale of the “baby factory” phenomenon is now causing concern with the Indian government. There are up to 1,000 unregulated clinics, comprising an industry worth as much as £1.5 billion a year.
Surrogate Mother Dies of ComplicationsTimes of IndiaMay 17th, 2012Premila Vaghela, who became a surrogate in order to supplement her family income and brighten the future of her own two kids, died due to unexplained complications.
Eggs From a Different Perspectiveby Osagie ObasogieBiopolitical TimesMay 17th, 2012Mainstream coverage of egg freezing fails to bring a diversity of perspectives into the conversation.
Egg Freezing: Why “Would-Be Grandparents" Should Know All the Facts Before Investingby Sona MakkerBiopolitcal TimesMay 16th, 2012A recent New York Times article features parents who are opting to pay for their daughters to freeze their eggs, but fails to mention any of the important risks.
In Choosing a Sperm Donor, a Roll of the Genetic Diceby Jacqueline MrozNew York TimesMay 14th, 2012The growing market for assisted reproduction and sperm donation raises questions about genetic testing and regulation of the industry.
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.
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