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IVF Mix-Up Case Now Before Court of Appeal
by Selina Lum
The Straits Times
August 20th, 2015
Woman who had baby with stranger's sperm rather than her husband's is appealing to be awarded upkeep costs.
Fertility Clinics Let You Select Your Baby’s Sex
by Sumathi Reddy
The Wall Street Journal
"Family balancing," in other words sex selection of embryos, is permitted by US' lack of regulation. Professional organizations are split on their opinions of the practice.
Fertility Clinics Destroy Embryos All the Time. Why Aren’t Conservatives After Them?
by Margo Kaplan
The Washington Post
In light of assault on Planned Parenthood, conservatives attack vulnerable populations who seek abortions rather than more privileged counterparts who use assisted reproduction.
Experts Call for Greater Scrutiny of Egg Donation Practices
by Patrice Wendling
Clinical Endocrinology News Digital Network
August 14th, 2015
Some clinics and agencies may be minimizing risks in recruitment ads and websites, incentivizing repeated donations, or overstimulating donors for the benefit of recipients and clinic success rates.
Právo: No One Wants Czech Child Born to Surrogate Mother
[The Czech Republic]
Prague Daily Monitor
August 13th, 2015
1-year-old baby, diagnosed with congenital epilepsy and paralysis, left in institutional care in Czech Republic after intended parents and surrogate mother waive parental rights.
"Eggsploitation: Maggie's Story" Reveals Unknown Risks of Egg Retrieval
by Emma Maniere
August 13th, 2015
"Eggsploitation: Maggie's Story" reveals how the fertility industry takes advantage of individuals' altruistic motives in search of profit while the medical risks remain unknown.
The Stats Behind Egg Freezing And IVF Are Not Good
by Joshua A. Krisch
August 11th, 2015
Egg freezing's failure rate should serve as another wakeup call for women who are considering pushing off pregnancy because of misplaced trust in IVF.
Ageing and Fertility: Biology Comes Second
by Kirsty Oswald
August 10th, 2015
As long as we live in a society that expects women to sacrifice so much more than men to be a parent, we might as well stop talking about biology.
IVF: Do Children Have the Right to Know if They're the Result of a Stranger’s Sperm or Egg Donation?
by Linda Geddes
August 10th, 2015
A 2003 survey by the Centre for Family Research at the University of Cambridge found that 47% of parents of kids conceived after egg donation had no intention of telling.
Thailand Bans Commercial Surrogacy for Foreigners, Singles
by Penny Yi Wang
August 7th, 2015
After recent scandals involving foreign intending parents, Thailand has banned commercial surrogacy serving foreign clients.
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The Baby Business
Facing the Challenges of New Reproductive Technologies [PDF]
Race and the New Reproduction (Chapter 6 of
Killing the Black Body
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How We Should Rethink the Role of Technical Expertise in GMO Regulation
Freezing Eggs May Reduce A Woman's Odds Of Success With IVF
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