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The Fertility Show, Manchester Central, 24-25 March 2018

Ana Ilic

Ana Ilic was previously a Volunteer Writer at BioNews.

 


BioNews News articles written by Ana Ilic:

French surrogate in court for defrauding couple

01 February 2016 - by Ana Ilic

A woman is on trial in France on charges of defrauding two same-sex couples who had hired her as a 'surrogate'... [Read More]

Nepalese court suspends commercial surrogacy

01 September 2015 - by Ana Ilic

An injunction has been issued in Nepal to stop women from carrying surrogate pregnancies on behalf of foreigners... [Read More]

German grandmother, 65, gives birth to quadruplets

01 June 2015 - by Ana Ilic

A grandmother of seven has become the oldest woman to give birth to quadruplets, at the age of 65... [Read More]

Same-sex couple awarded care of child in surrogacy dispute

11 May 2015 - by Ana Ilic

A legal battle over the custody of a baby girl born through a disputed surrogacy arrangement has resulted in an order to remove the child from her mother and place her into the care of her father and his partner.... [Read More]

Europe's first marketing approval for stem cell product granted

02 March 2015 - by Ana Ilic

The European Commission has given conditional marketing approval to a stem-cell-based therapy for the first time... [Read More]

No more empty pates: stem cell therapy for baldness

02 February 2015 - by Ana Ilic

Stem cells have been used to induce human hair growth in mice, in a US study. The researchers say their work could represent the first step in creating a cell-based treatment for male pattern baldness, or androgenetic alopecia, which affects almost half of all men by the age of 50... [Read More]


 

 

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