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Transparency is the VictimThe HinduJanuary 27th, 2013In the absence of effective oversight of assisted reproduction practices, some medical institutions in Delhi are flouting medical and ethical rules with aplomb.
California Passes The Most Progressive Surrogacy Bill In The Worldby Andrew Vorzimer and David RandallAmerican Fertility Association BlogJanuary 25th, 2013The legislation is designed to protect all parties involved in surrogacy arrangements.
Neo Neanderthal[With CGS's Pete Shanks]by Alyona MinkovskiHuffPost LiveJanuary 25th, 2013A leading geneticist at Harvard Medical School says he can clone a Neanderthal and resurrect the extinct species. What are the ethical issues, risks and benefits?
Is Egg Donation Dangerous?by Alison MotlukMaisonneuveJanuary 21st, 2013About five hundred egg donations take place in Canada every year, and experts say the process is very safe. But some donors face serious health problems—and doctors may be underestimating the risks.
Interview with George Church: Can Neanderthals Be Brought Back from the Dead?by Philip Bethge and Johann GrolleDer SpiegelJanuary 18th, 2013The English translation of the interview in which George Church of Harvard University explains how genetic technology and synthetic biology might permit the creation of a Neanderthal-like clone that could be gestated by a woman.
"Adventurous Female Human" Needed to Give Birth to NeandertalGenome WebJanuary 17th, 2013Harvard's George Church on recreating Neandertals, engineering humans to live to 120, making people resistant to viruses, and exchanging DNA with other species.
IVF on Steroids: The Dangerous Off-Label Use of 'Dex' During Pregnancyby Alice DregerThe AtlanticJanuary 16th, 2013Fertility clinics across the U.S. are prescribing a medication with a seriously concerning safety profile and no proven benefits.
Egg Sharing Cuts Bristol's IVF Waiting Listby Polly MarchBBC NewsJanuary 12th, 2013A new "egg sharing" programme and an increase in the amount egg donors are compensated have significantly cut waiting times for couples needing donor eggs in the UK. At what cost?
Surrogacy as Cover for Trading in Babiesby Ujjwala NayuduThe Indian ExpressJanuary 8th, 2013A case in Ahmedabad blurs the line between baby trading and surrogacy.
New Guidelines: India Not A Viable Option For Gay Couples, Unmarried Couples Or Single Individualsby Andrew VorzimerThe Spin DoctorJanuary 4th, 2013India’s Ministry of Home Affairs has released guidelines that apply to foreign nationals seeking an Indian surrogate.
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