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It's crucial to listen to patients' perspectives as fertility clinics prepare to reopen
26 May 2020 - by Dr Zeynep Gurtin
Fertility clinics are currently preparing to reopen their doors following their nationwide closure in April, enforced by the coronavirus pandemic... [Read More]
Unscrambling HFEA data on egg freezing: Where are the missing eggs?
26 March 2018 - by Dr Zeynep Gurtin
Last week, the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority released its much-anticipated report 'Fertility Treatment 2014-2016 - Trends and Figures', providing the latest available data regarding fertility treatments in the UK
Evaluating egg-sharing: new findings on old debates
23 April 2012 - by Dr Zeynep Gurtin
Until recently, there has been very little empirical data to inform debate about egg-sharing. However, new research changes this state of affairs... [Read More]
Unpacking Cross-Border Reproductive Care
15 November 2010 - by Dr Zeynep Gurtin
The Progress Educational Trust's conference next week will tackle the subject of Cross-border Reproductive Care (CBRC), with a range of UK experts coming together to present the evidence and argue over the ethical conundrums. Although the contested term 'reproductive tourism' has firmly entered public vernacular through the popular media, as yet little is known about this rapidly growing phenomenon... [Read More]
Problems with legislating against 'reproductive tourism'
22 March 2010 - by Dr Zeynep Gurtin
Earlier this month, the Turkish Ministry of Health revised its regulations pertaining to assisted reproduction technologies (ARTs). The new regulatory structure considerably extends the specifications and requirements for the practice of ARTs in Turkey, and introduces a range of additional prohibitions. Two new developments are particularly striking. The first stipulates that all women in their first cycle of IVF can only have a single embryo transferred, with a maximum of two embryos for wom... [Read More]