IVF

Tuesday April 21st, 2015

Has Fertility Medicine Gone Too Far?

A recent case involving Annegret Raunigk of Berlin has many people questioning the point at which the curtain should close on fertility treatments. Raunigk, a sixty-five […]
Monday March 30th, 2015

The Ultimate Grandmother: Gay man becomes a father with his mother’s help

This recent story hailing from the United Kingdom has surged a wave of dialogue. It’s not something that one often stumbles upon in the media in […]
Monday March 16th, 2015

More information revealed in Burgan-Teruya sperm donor custody case

I first made mention of this case when it appeared aa couple of months ago on the television news media circuit. When the news report first […]
Monday February 2nd, 2015

Reassessing the embryo adoption concept

The term, “embryo adoption,” has been floating around now for some time and is a crticial issue for those going through IVF treatment as it’s estimated […]