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Interesting piece on "Savior Siblings." Would love your thoughts! Happy Thursday.
The method used at the U to save Molly Nash's life is mainstream now, but the larger ethical issues are as urgent as ever.
Ten years ago a little girl from Colorado made medical history when her parents and her doctor at the University of Minnesota used genetic screening to create a baby that could save her life.
COLAGE celebrates its 20th Anniversary as the only national, youth-driven network of people with LGBTQ parents. Wilson Cruz will emcee COLAGE's 20th Anniversary Party on Sunday, October 10th from 2:00 - 5:00pm at the Mansion on O Street in Washington, D.C. Cruz played the groundbreaking role of an openly gay teen on the hit show "My So Called Life" in the 90s and has continued to serve as a fierce role-model and advocate for the LGBTQ community.
Women may soon be able to plan better how long to wait to start a family thanks to a simple test.
By reading clues hidden in a woman’s genes, it could give her odds of going through an early menopause, scientists say.
Those deemed to be at risk could try for a baby earlier than they otherwise might.
Lead scientist Dr Anna Murray said: ‘It is estimated that a woman’s ability to conceive decreases on average ten years before she starts the menopause.
Canada - Alot going on in Canada this past week, including interesting issues being presented in the "sperm donor" case. Case in now in the hands of the judge - not sure on timeline for decision.
Alberta - definition of parenthood:
New legislation in Alberta, Canada looks to change the legal definition of parenthood. An update to the law would “make sure child support orders can be enforced in cases where children are born using assisted reproduction.”
My name is billyjoe gray , and i am a gay male of the last 16 years and i am new here but was wondering how many have exsperenced parten separation due to comming out ?
Welcome to a new era in the life of the Pink Singers.
For the first time in 15 years, they have a new Musical Director — Murray Hipkin from English National Opera (ENO). Pink Singers want to tell you about their forthcoming events:
· ‘A Burst of Song’, our New Year concert
· Your chance to win a Fauré or a Gershwin CD
· Our forthcoming participation in the Joel Kafetz Radio Show
· Singing Christmas carols in Trafalgar Square for Marie Curie
In the last few days, I’ve been trying to carve out time to post about "relationship resolutions" we might set for the coming year.
Despite my resolve, I forgot to factor in ‘tis the season for the flu. Writing about the future seems impossible when our daughter is projectile vomiting, and my wife and I are a tag-team swabbing the decks and keeping our sweet pea hydrated.
It’s impossible both literally—who can write anything when their child is ill?—and figuratively—somehow the future pales when the present is so, uh, tangible.
I’m not just a values-junkie; I’m a pusher. I believe if we define our most crucial values and honor at least some of them, some of the time, we’ll lead happier lives, which can increase relationship satisfaction and joy as co-parents.
How do we figure out our core values? By exploring what we love, what inspires us, who we wanna be when we grow up, and by describing what drives us crazy. So, grab a pen and paper, and answer some questions. Why? Because this is how we get to find out our REAL Family Values!
A WOMAN conceived with the help of a sperm donor has taken a rare legal step to find out the identity of her biological father.
In a case that could affect thousands of donor-conceived families, Kimberley Springfield has asked a tribunal to overturn a bureaucratic decision that no action be taken to help identify the donor.
Her case comes as state and federal parliamentary inquiries due to report in the coming months consider donor conception and the rights of donor-conceived people to gain access to identifying information about their donors.
The first 'Fertility World Show' will be held at Olympia in London 15-16 April and is supported by Fertility Road the first and only Lifestyle Magazine aimed at helping women and men on their path to parenthood.
If you are planning to start a family and having problems getting pregnant, then a visit to the Fertility World Show will provide you with all the help, information and advice you need to get you on the road to having your baby.