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Daniel Malynn

Daniel Malynn is a Volunteer Writer at BioNews, and a Volunteer at the charity that publishes it, the Progress Educational Trust (PET). He is currently working as an advocate for a London Law firm. Previously, he completed the Bar Professional Training Course at Brierley Price Prior Law School, under the auspices of a Scholarship from the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple. He studied Law at the University of Kent where he was also a Volunteer at the Kent Law Clinic. He is particularly interested in medical ethics, parenthood, surrogacy and alternative families. He tweets as @DCMalynn


BioNews Comment articles written by Daniel Malynn:
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Birth Certificates and Assisted Reproduction: Setting the Record Straight?
24 October 2016 - by Daniel Malynn
This event explored how can the law deal with the multiple-parent families created by donor conception and surrogacy, and asked: 'What makes someone a parent, and how should a birth certificate reflect that?'... [Read More]
Progress Educational Trust conference: Multiple choice question
6 January 2014 - by Daniel Malynn
The third session of 'Double Take: Twins in Genetics and Fertility Treatment' covered a broad range of opinions and specialties. There was discussion of patient choice over embryo transfer, talk of treatment access and decisions over genetic testing... [Read More]

BioNews Review articles written by Daniel Malynn:
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TV Review: The Good Karma Hospital 
30 April 2018 - by Daniel Malynn
For those that haven't seen the previous series of The Good Karma Hospital, well done you for having dodged a very dull bullet... [Read More]
Theatre Review: The Quiet House
27 June 2016 - by Daniel Malynn
Gareth Farr's play is almost too realistic, too honest, and features raw and completely unguarded performances... [Read More]
Event Review: Surrogacy in the 21st century – rethinking assumptions, reforming law
23 May 2016 - by Daniel Malynn
The wheels of reform in the area of surrogacy law are slowly getting in motion, a conference in London heard this month... [Read More]
TV Review: Inside Out - Looking for a Baby Online    
29 February 2016 - by Daniel Malynn
This programme looks at the 'darker side of sperm donation', outside the regulated world of fertility clinics, where some seedy business is taking place... [Read More]
Theatre Review: Photograph 51
19 October 2015 - by Daniel Malynn
Making her triumphant return to the London stage after 17 years, Nicole Kidman stars as Rosalind Franklin, the scientist whose pioneering work led to the discovery of the double-helix structure of DNA... [Read More]
Film Review: Eggsploitation - Maggie's Story
14 September 2015 - by Daniel Malynn
This documentary short film produced by the California-based Centre for Bioethics and Culture (CBC) is a sequel to their 2010 film 'Eggsploitation'. My heartfelt congratulations for an obvious but nonetheless awesome pun. But, sadly, that is where my congratulations end for this film... [Read More]
TV Review: Great Ormond Street - Fix My Genes
27 July 2015 - by Daniel Malynn
In Great Ormond Street, we meet three families all facing rare genetic immune diseases. The documentary witnesses the utter anguish the families go through and the heartbreaking decisions parents have to make... [Read More]
Radio Review: Credit Card Baby
5 May 2015 - by Daniel Malynn
Annie Caulfield's play has some truly touching moments and clever insights into egg donation... [Read More]
Theatre Review: The Empty Frame
2 February 2015 - by Daniel Malynn
'The Empty Frame' by the PSYCHEdelight theatre company was billed as an edgy and controversial play but fails to go into any previously unexplored territory or bring any new perspectives.... [Read More]
Theatre Review: Breeders
29 September 2014 - by Daniel Malynn
This fast-paced comedy written by Ben Ockrent and directed by Tamara Harvey boasts an impressive cast, and deals with its themes in an honest and intelligent way... [Read More]