infertility

Tuesday December 23rd, 2014

France gets chided regarding international surrogacy

Back in July, the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ordered all EU countries to recognize children born to surrogate mothers living abroad. This was a […]
Friday December 5th, 2014

 The battle for frozen embryos

Last spring, a judge awarded Karla Dunston, a resident of Chicago, custody of frozen embryos. The judgment spurred an appeal. Standing on the opposite side of […]
Monday October 20th, 2014

Facebook and Apple receive lukewarm response for employee egg freezing offer

When Facebook and Apple announced their willingness to pay for their employees’ egg freezing, the initial reaction was shock. While some employees will no doubt take […]
Sunday October 12th, 2014

Measure 1 in N.D. threatens IVF

Election Day is less than one month away. Standing on both sides of the voting isle dangles a personhood amendment in North Dakota, Measure 1, rallied […]