The Fertility Show, London, 1-3 November 2019
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CONTENTS Issue #990
COMMENT
Talking genomics with patients
NEWS DIGEST
REVIEWS
TV Review: The Big Questions – Should Surrogacy Become a Commercial Business?
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Talking genomics with patients
11 March 2019 - by Jemma Walker and Jo Salter
As part of the annual Genomics Conversation Week of Action, the Progress Educational Trust teamed up with Health Education England's Genomics Education Programme for an event entitled 'Talking Genomics with Patients'... [Read More]
Two more patients free of HIV after stem-cell transplants
11 March 2019 - by Bernie Owusu-Yaw
Two HIV patients have been found to have undetectable levels of the virus after receiving stem-cell transplants as part of treatment for cancer. There has only been one other case of this kind, reported ten years ago in Berlin... [Read More]
Australia's Attorney-General argues sperm donor's case as parent
11 March 2019 - by Antony Starza-Allen
The Australian High Court has heard a case concerning the legal parentage of a child born following sperm donation... [Read More]
DNA damage in neurons repaired during sleep
11 March 2019 - by Catherine Heffner
Sleep has an important role in allowing DNA in brain cells to repair, suggests a new study that also links higher chromosome activity at night to DNA repair... [Read More]
Parents of dead US cadet gain order to preserve his sperm
11 March 2019 - by Jen Willows
The parents of an army cadet who died after a skiing accident in Westchester, New York have been allowed to have his sperm preserved... [Read More]
Dogs offer clue to human sperm decline
11 March 2019 - by Jakki Magowan
Chemicals in household carpets and flooring, clothing and upholstery, are damaging sperm quality in men and domestic dogs... [Read More]
TV Review: The Big Questions – Should Surrogacy Become a Commercial Business?
11 March 2019 - by Myrto Riga
Should surrogates in the UK be paid more than their reasonable expenses? If they get paid more, could that mean that a baby is essentially being bought and money becomes the motivation to be a surrogate?... [Read More]

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