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CONTENTS Issue #982
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A patchwork of policies: assisted conception and embryo research in Europe
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A patchwork of policies: assisted conception and embryo research in Europe
14 January 2019 - by Dr Nicoletta Charolidi
This session of the Progress Educational Trust's 2018 Annual Conference 'Make Do or Amend: Should We Update UK Fertility and Embryo Law?' gave an overview of the regulatory framework of assisted conception and embryo research in Europe... [Read More]
Controversial genome-editing scientist Dr He is alive and under guard
14 January 2019 - by Julianna Photopoulos
Chinese scientist Dr He Jiankui, who claimed to have created the world's first genome-edited babies is said to be alive and well, and under guard at home... [Read More]
NHS plan promises genomic tests for all children with cancer
14 January 2019 - by Grace O'Regan
The Long Term Plan announced by the NHS this week has detailed a proposal to offer whole-genome sequencing for all children with cancer in England... [Read More]
India's lower house passes bill banning commercial surrogacy
14 January 2019 - by Kulraj Singh Bhangra
The Lok Sabha, India's lower house, has passed a bill that bans commercial surrogacy... [Read More]
Repeat miscarriages could be due to faulty sperm
14 January 2019 - by Jen Willows
Both partners should be offered tests when a couple experienced recurrent pregnancy loss, according to new research... [Read More]
Loss of crucial protein could explain endometriosis and infertility link
14 January 2019 - by Eleanor Mackle
A protein has been identified as the reason why endometriosis causes infertility, according to a new study... [Read More]
Canadian man gets surrogate-born twins back after immigration row
14 January 2019 - by Suzi Denton
A single father whose twin girls were born through gestational surrogacy in Kenya has been allowed to return home to Canada with his children... [Read More]
Study suggests 'genetic formula' for monogamy
14 January 2019 - by Isobel Steer
Twenty-four genes strongly associated with monogamy in males have been discovered from analysing the genomes of ten animal species... [Read More]

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