Fertility businesses look at the embryos they destroy
1.4 million tiny humans remain frozen in the U.S.
More than 73,000 babies were born in the U.S. by means of in vitro fertilization (IVF) techniques in 2020, slightly more than 2 percent of all births that year. About 85 percent of children born as a result of
Will overthrow of Roe endanger in vitro?
More than 1 million frozen embryos in the U.S.
The likely overturning of Roe v. Wade has panicked many reproductive technology advocates, specifically the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. When abortion policy is decided by individual states, personhood laws such as Louisiana’s Human Life Protection Act and Texas’s
Women in Puerto Vallarta used as petri dishes
Artificial insemination, then abortion
It’s highly unusual for a journal to publish a research paper accompanied by an editorial and a guest commentary expressing grave reservations about its ethics. But that’s what Human Reproduction did with a study
A screen for low intelligence – next step for in-vitro
Genomic Prediction offers customers report cards
Fertility clinics – the next moral battleground
“It’s not in a woman. She’s not pregnant.”
Surrogacy bill would make a child’s biological mother obsolete
Have we hit rock-bottom?
President Bush’s stem-cell decision was the right one
The following comes from an August 29 Crux article by Christopher White: Fifteen years ago this month, President George W. Bush announced he was issuing a moratorium on the future spending of