IVF

Thursday June 4th, 2015

One woman speaks out while Maryland lawmakers contend with surrogacy bill

This newest article highlights a Pittsburgh woman, who uses the fictitious name of Sarah Cowen, whose repeat surrogacy journey helped a Washington D.C. gay couple build […]
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 […]
Friday March 20th, 2015

The UK Breaks Tradition and Votes “Yes” On Three-Parent Babies

  This month, the United Kingdom shattered the glass ceiling and became the first country to permit three people to have one child. That may sound […]
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 […]