Articles on this issue "fertility"
A Christian adoption agency has begun a program allowing couples to "adopt" unwanted frozen embryos, The Telegraph newspaper of England reports. As many as 100,000 human embryos are frozen -- …read more
Doctors from Italy and the United States said they intended to push ahead with their plans to clone human beings, despite the objections and doubts raised by religious and scientific groups, …read more
A couple who sparked a controversy over "designer" babies when they tried to replace their dead daughter by in vitro fertilization have given away their embryo after discovering it was male, …read more
Artificial methods of conceiving children are forcing courts and society to rethink their concepts about the family. Initially, in vitro fertilization (IVF) techniques were thought of as being …read more
The number of infertile British couples buying human eggs over the Internet from the United States has tripled in the past two years, BBC reported today. In the United Kingdom, where the …read more
Hardly a week goes by without some announcement of advances in genetics. In the midst of this scientific development pressures are growing to practice eugenics, either by eliminating unborn …read more
The first cloning of a human embryo could become a reality within two years, according to a North American specialist. An international group of reproductive experts plans to launch a serious …read more