Debate is intensifying among fertility specialists about the use of mosaic embryos in IVF.
IVF and Russian money do not mix well
A protracted struggle in the courts still has no resolution.
A leading evolutionary biologist has labelled IVF an “evolutionary experiment” that may have serious effects on children in later life.
An Australian consumer watchdog is conducting a wide-ranging investigation into the country’s IVF clinics.
A stark reminder of the hazards of IVF and surrogacy
ASRM issues official statement
Abolition of one-child policy builds business
10 years after the end of donor anonymity, UK healthcare analysts are coming to different conclusions about the benefits of the policy.
Some women seeking IVF have never had a relationship
A single mother is recruiting mothers for her 25 frozen embryos.
HFEA also criticised by High Court judge
A US county court has rejected a wrongful birth case lodged by a same-sex couple who were mistakenly given sperm from a black donor.
IVF Pioneer Robert Winston recently spoke out against the commercialisation of the IVF industry
Leading healthcare ethics commentators have criticised the practice of non-medical sex-selection in American IVF clinics.
A woman who chose both IVF and abortion speaks out.
Yet another study has confirmed that IVF is rarely successful for women in their early 40s.
Couples are usually unaware of the low IVF success rates in Australian clinics.
US policy analysts are questioning how authorities should deal with the hundreds of thousands that have been abandoned or have a disputed legal status.
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