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BioNews News articles written by Eleanor Taylor:

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Air pollution linked to poor fertility treatment outcomes
30 April 2018 - by Eleanor Taylor
A recent large-scale study has indicated that high levels of air pollution could reduce the chance of pregnancy following fertility treatment... [Read More]

BioNews Comment articles written by Eleanor Taylor:

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What next for genome editing? Politics and the public
15 January 2018 - by Eleanor Taylor
The ever-expanding limits of human reproduction are creating complex ethical and political challenges. One topic that has generated much contention is the possibility of editing the genome of human embryos... [Read More]

BioNews Review articles written by Eleanor Taylor:

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Podcast Review: Editing the Embryo - removing harmful gene mutations
4 September 2017 - by Eleanor Taylor
As a scientist working in a fertility clinic, my normal everyday work routine is occasionally punctuated by the ripple effect that occurs when reports of a new groundbreaking reproductive technology enters the public consciousness. I am soon inundated with questions... [Read More]
Radio Review: PM - Our Fertility Journey
11 December 2017 - by Eleanor Taylor
Despite concerted efforts to reduce the stigma surrounding fertility struggles, there still appears to be a 'facelessness' to this incredibly common issue, which suggests that fertility is still very much a taboo subject... [Read More]
TV Review: Inside Out London - Eggs on ice
6 November 2017 - by Eleanor Taylor
As a 33-year-old single woman, who also happens to work in a fertility clinic, babies are unsurprisingly never far from my mind. I spend a lot of time wondering whether I should freeze my eggs. A lot... [Read More]
Video review: TED - Editing Our Evolution
2 October 2017 - by Eleanor Taylor
The latest CRISPR offering in the TED world comes from Dr Helen O'Neill, a molecular geneticist at University College London, UK. Her talk aimed to 'explore how and why the world and its inhabitants are constantly changing'... [Read More]