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CONTENTS Issue #806
COMMENT
Seeking views on surrogacy in the UK
NEWS DIGEST
REVIEWS
Radio Review: Woman's Hour/Drawing the Line - When IVF Doesn't Work
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Seeking views on surrogacy in the UK
15 June 2015 - by Dr Kirsty Horsey
A working group from Surrogacy UK has devised an online survey seeking views on people's experiences of surrogacy in the UK and opinions on the way it is regulated... [Read More]
Scientists produce sperm inside fish ovaries
15 June 2015 - by Dr Lucy Freem
Knocking out a single gene in adult female fish causes them to produce sperm inside their ovaries, study results show... [Read More]
Studies support genetics-first approach to brain cancer treatment
15 June 2015 - by Hannah Somers
Two US studies have identified specific genetic mutations in gliomas which correlate with how the tumours will behave and respond to treatment... [Read More]
Baby born from ovarian tissue frozen during childhood
15 June 2015 - by Dr Julia Hill
A woman who has received a transplant of ovarian tissue stored when she was a child has given birth. It is believed to be the first time ovarian tissue taken from young girl has led to a successful pregnancy... [Read More]
Bronze Age genomics reveals origins of modern Europeans and Asians
15 June 2015 - by Paul Waldron
The modern European and Central Asian gene pools are the result of mass migrations during the Bronze Age, according to a new analysis of ancient human remains... [Read More]
Genetic link to creativity and mental illness reported
15 June 2015 - by Ceri Durham
Researchers say they have identified a genetic link between 'creativity' and the risk of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder... [Read More]
Academic performance not affected by assisted reproduction
15 June 2015 - by Ayala Ochert
The academic performance of teenagers who were conceived through assisted reproductive technologies is the same as that of their peers, according to Danish doctors... [Read More]
Radio Review: Woman's Hour/Drawing the Line - When IVF Doesn't Work
15 June 2015 - by Sarah Pritchard
How do couples who have undergone unsuccessful cycles of IVF decide when enough is enough? Should people try to set a personal 'limit' of cycles before treatment begins? And what support is out there if treatment doesn't work?... [Read More]

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