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Chee Hoe Low

Chee Hoe Low was previously a Volunteer Writer at BioNews, having originally joined the publication under the auspices of its writing scheme. He is currently undergoing a pupillage in a medical law firm in Malaysia. Previously he obtained an LLM in Medical Law at Queen Mary University of London and studied Law at the University of Leeds. He went on to complete the Bar Professional Training Course at Northumbria University, and was called to the bar by the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple. His area of interest includes clinical malpractice and mental health law, particularly in the Court of Protection.

 


BioNews Review articles written by Chee Hoe Low:

Radio Review: The Report - Surrogacy

08 September 2014 - by Chee Hoe Low

BBC Radio 4 's 'The Report' ventured into the ethically controversial area of surrogacy, which made international media headlines following the recent baby Gammy controversy... [Read More]

TV Review: Dead Famous DNA

14 April 2014 - by Chee Hoe Low

Although this show jumped to conclusions about what the DNA of famous people could tell us, its ridiculous premise was amusing enough to keep viewers entertained... [Read More]


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Actress Sofia Vergara to be sued 'by her own embryos'

12 December 2016 - by Chee Hoe Low

Star of the US TV show 'Modern Family', Sofia Vergara, is facing a lawsuit in the state of Louisiana that lists her own frozen embryos among the plaintiffs... [Read More]

MIT student claims CRISPR patent not earned

22 August 2016 - by Chee Hoe Low

A former MIT visiting student who worked in the Zhang lab for nine months in 2011 has claimed that patents over the CRISPR genome-editing technology were 'mis-patented'... [Read More]

Parents to fight access to dead son's sperm

20 June 2016 - by Chee Hoe Low

The parents of a dead Australian man whose sperm has been cryopreserved have said that they will block any attempts by his fiancée to use his sperm in an IVF attempt... [Read More]

US egg donor 'price cap' challenge settles

15 February 2016 - by Chee Hoe Low

A settlement has been reached between parties of a class-action lawsuit regarding compensation paid to egg donors in the USA... [Read More]

Court orders contact between girls and sperm donor

19 October 2015 - by Chee Hoe Low

A UK High Court judge has ordered that the biological father of a teenage girl can maintain indirect contact with her, despite her opposition... [Read More]

'Devious defecator' test violated US genetic discrimination law

08 June 2015 - by Chee Hoe Low

A company that conducted genetic tests on its employees for a disciplinary investigation violated US genetic anti-discrimination law, an Atlanta judge has ruled... [Read More]

Man wins £40,000 in damages after wife tricks him into believing IVF baby is his

23 March 2015 - by Chee Hoe Low

A lecturer from London has been awarded nearly £40,000 in damages after his businesswoman ex-wife deceived him for over six years into believing that he was the biological father of her IVF-born son... [Read More]

Is there a doctor in the house? New Jersey's artificial insemination law tested in custody battle

16 February 2015 - by Chee Hoe Low

A same-sex couple from New Jersey, USA, is challenging a sperm donor's visiting rights over their son conceived by artificial insemination... [Read More]

Baby born with genetic disease after embryo test 'mistakes'

12 January 2015 - by Chee Hoe Low

A baby has been born with a genetic condition after a laboratory used by a Nottingham fertility clinic reportedly made a mistake interpreting PGD results... [Read More]

Known-donation contact case: Children's lives 'irredeemably marred' by dispute, says judge

10 November 2014 - by Chee Hoe Low

A six-year legal battle for contact over two girls conceived via known-donor fertilisation has had a 'destructive effect' on the girls' childhood, a High Court judge has warned in his third substantive judgment in the case.... [Read More]

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