Plants in Tianjin plans to produce one million cloned cows a year by 2020.
Abolition of one-child policy builds business
Dozens, if not hundreds, of Chinese research hubs are using the CRISPR technique on a range of animals.
In spite of promises for reform, the Chinese government is still using the organs of harvested prisoners.
The Chinese government has finally abandoned its notorious one-child policy.
Government hopes to crack down on rogue clinics.
Scientists have been editing the genome of human embryos, a world first.
Two Canadian researchers insist that there is sufficient evidence to believe claims of organ harvesting.
China's government has made its strongest statement yet about gender imbalance.
The harvesting of executed prisoners’ organs will end at the start of next year, says Chinese organ transplant committee chairman Huang Jiefu.
A human rights group is calling on Canadian authorities to investigate the possible use of executed Chinese prisoners in an exhibition of ‘plastinated’ corpses.
This New York Times video sketches the burgeoning Chinese surrogacy industry.
In a provocative new article in the Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, Chinese bioethicist Jing-Bao Nie attacks the one child-policy for having “a hugely negative effect on the common good”. Nie criticises the government’s claim that the policy has benefited society through raising living standards and reducing overcrowding: “The greatest irony of all is that, while originally designed to improve living standards and help relieve poverty and underdevelopment, the one-child policy has inﬂicted massive suffering and state-directed violence on Chinese people, especially women.”
She gave birth to twins at 60 after IVF treatment.
Saudi couples who are unable to have children are employing surrogate mothers in Asia and Europe even though surrogacy has been condemned by the country's Islamic Jurisprudence Council.
Reporters for the journal Science have documented a thriving Chinese black market in articles and authorship in reputable scientific journals.
Much media attention has been given in recent weeks to violent attacks on doctors in Chinese hospitals
A new American import has become popular in mainland China - surrogate children born in the US. Wealthy Chinese couples are increasingly making use of US surrogate mothers, according to surrogacy agencies in both America and China.
Strong criticisms have been levelled at 'reforms' to the organ trade currently being carried out by the Chinese government.
The Chinese government and the Chinese Medical Association have called for life-bans for doctors convicted of unethical behaviour.
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