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Egg freezing poses health risks to women
Oct 15, 2014
Facebook and Apple’s egg freezing “benefit” is ill-advised for multiple reasons
with Dorothy Roberts and Jonathan Marks
Coming up November 12: Dorothy Roberts and Jonathan Marks discuss Nicholas Wade's
A Troublesome Inheritance: Genes, Race, and Human History
, and the endurance of scientific racism.
with Charis Thompson
Charis Thompson's conversation with David Winickoff about her new book
is now available online.
Celebrating Troy Duster
Video is now available of this day-long event featuring talks and reflections on Troy Duster's scholarly and personal influences, and the significance of his work for current and future challenges.
Should We Open the Door to Genetically Modified Babies?
by Jessica Cussins
- Aug 11, 2014
There has been a lot of confusion around this controversial issue, but as we are now facing a historic crossroads, it is important to set the record straight.
A Season of Surrogacy Scandals
How Should the U.S. Regulate Genetic Testing?
Dear Facebook, Please Don’t Tell Women to
to Egg Freezing
Let's Play God (or not)
Silicon Valley’s Egg-Freezing Perk Is Bad for People Across the Board
Minister Sparks Backlash for Suggesting Foreigners Could Undergo 'Three-Parent Babies' IVF Treatment in Britain
For $100,000, You Can Clone Your Dog
Human-Subjects Research: The Ethics Squad
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