The law needs an overhaul, but the solutions will probably not include commercial surrogacy.
10 years after the end of donor anonymity, UK healthcare analysts are coming to different conclusions about the benefits of the policy.
A British man chooses to die rather than lose his leg.
A British GP caught in a newspaper sting suspended for three months after authorising a sex-selective abortion.
The High Court of the UK has ordered a donor-conceived-girl to develop a relationship with her gay father – and his partner.
A UK High Court has ruled that two severely intellectually disabled Iraqi twins must have their life support switched off, despite objection from their parents.
The UK’s Health Research Authority has given the green light for ten British women to receive womb transplants
Some women seeking IVF have never had a relationship
Another dispatch from the Wild West of assisted reproductive technology.
Just months after CRISPR was used to modify embryos in China, a British scientists wants to forge ahead.
HFEA also criticised by High Court judge
IVF Pioneer Robert Winston recently spoke out against the commercialisation of the IVF industry
Brilliant speeches in passionate debate
The UK's new National Sperm Bank has been struggling to find volunteers.
First in-depth study of how bioethicists shaped policy
The Anscombe Centre has released a comprehensive ‘evidence guide’ on euthanasia.
Outspoken media personality Katie Hopkins wants euthanasia vans for Britons.
Yet another UK national has travelled to Switzerland to receive assisted suicide.
The fear of a miserable death in a hospital bed rather than at home is driving public support for mercy-killing law in the UK.
A Filipino nurse in the UK has been found guilty of deliberately contaminating the intravenous fluids of patients.
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