Wednesday, July 2, 2008
ART in the News
IVF is not so easy, fertility coaching, and more
- Stanford researchers try to improve IVF odds.
- This weekend, the first baby in the U.K. guaranteed not to have the breast cancer gene was born. So where will genetic screening lead? Slashdot debates.
- California wants to pay women for eggs for stem cell research.
- A Minnesota woman tries to conceive her husband’s child ... after his death.
- “To anyone who thinks IVF is an easy option, take it from me, it definitely isn’t.”
- Fertility coaching: Does it work?
- Increased risk of depression after a successful IVF pregnancy.
- Dream baby arrives ... by bus.
- In the U.K., “one egg” IVF strategy launched.
- Alone and pregnant on purpose: Single moms in Canada commiserate.
- Human-pig hybrid embryos given go ahead.