Infertility

Saturday June 18th, 2016

Brooklyn Professor Walks a Fine Line between Father and Donor

It seems as if everyone has read or heard the news by now: New York math professor fathers twenty-two children. Ari Nagel, 40, has served as […]
Friday May 27th, 2016

IVF and Age: Challenging the Biological Clock

Advancements in the world of fertility medicine, in vitro fertilization and third-party reproduction have made us rethink the biological clock concept. Recently, the successful use of […]
Wednesday May 18th, 2016

Missouri Bill Attempts to Assign Personhood to Embryos

Every time “human embryo rights” becomes a topic of discussion, it reignites an ethical debate as to whether embryos should be considered persons, property, or should […]
Thursday May 12th, 2016

Sperm Donation Protocol Questioned

A recent lawsuit aimed at Xytex, a Georgia sperm bank that allegedly allowed a donor who was a convicted felon with schizophrenia to father 36 children, […]