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The Limitations of Voluntary Guidelinesby Pete ShanksBiopolitical TimesAugust 21st, 2012Guidelines on paying for women's eggs and on embryo implantation are regularly being ignored, even by members of the fertility industry's professional organization.
Genetically Engineering 'Ethical' Babies is a Moral Obligation, Says Oxford Professor by Richard AlleyneThe Telegraph [UK]August 16th, 2012Bioethicist Julian Savulescu said that creating so-called designer babies could be considered a "moral obligation" as it makes them grow up into "ethically better children."
Would Ryan's Anti-Abortion, Anti-IVF Bill Criminalize Romney's Son? by Lee-Anne GoodmanThe Canadian PressAugust 14th, 2012Paul Ryan's anti-abortion bill puts him at odds with the eldest son of the Republican presidential hopeful.
As Prices for Prenatal Genome Sequencing Tests Fall, Researchers Worry About Consequences for Families in a Real-Life 'Gattaca' by Makini BriceMedical DailyAugust 13th, 2012Genome sequencing of fetuses would drastically increase the volume and scope of prenatal data, but its meaning would be unclear.
Researcher Accused of Misleading Pregnant Women by Sara ReardonNew ScientistAugust 9th, 2012A doctor at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine has been prescribing a controversial drug to pregnant women to treat a rare genetic disorder in female fetuses.
Fertility Treatments May Put Women at Risk for PTSD Symptoms, Study Suggestsby Rachael RettnerNBC NewsAugust 8th, 2012A new study states that women undergoing fertility treatments face an increased risk, about six timers higher than the general population, of developing PTSD symptoms.
Christie Vetoes Bill That Would Have Eased Tough Rules for Gestational Surrogatesby  Susan K. LivioNew Jersey Star LedgerAugust 8th, 2012The governor of New Jersey has vetoed a bill that would have relaxed the state's regulation of commercial surrogacy.
Clinical Trial Is Favorable for a Prenatal Gene Testby Andrew PollackThe New York TimesAugust 8th, 2012A new method of prenatal testing that can detect more genetic problems in a fetus than ever before could be headed toward wider use after encouraging results from a clinical trial.
Changes for India’s ART Industry?by Jessica CussinsBiopolitical TimesAugust 6th, 2012The recent death of a surrogate in India, along with new information about the 2010 death of a 17-year-old who had repeatedly sold her eggs, have built support for regulation of assisted reproduction. A draft bill would provide some safeguards, but Indian women’s health advocates say other provisions “leave much to be desired.”
New Ice Age for Wellbeingby Rachel BrowneThe Sydney Morning HeraldAugust 5th, 2012A number of Australian IVF clinics tout egg freezing and storage for healthy women in their 30s who want a baby but are not yet ready to conceive.
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