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    • 2016/01/18
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    The risks of egg cell donation

    The risks of egg cell donation

    The instructions to all pharmacy medications listed possible side effects, it is long, but no one worry about this because it’s rarely happens. The same is situation with the egg cell donation. Every organism is individual and it can react unpredictably to any interference very rarely. It happened in 1 case of 1000 (if it

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    • 2015/08/26
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    Maternity leave for parents of surrogate children

    Maternity leave for parents of surrogate children

    Surrogate motherhood has split the world into two camps – “in favor” and “opposed”. Surrogacy conduction is prohibited by local law for example in Germany, Austria, Norway and Spain. In such countries as Australia, Great Britain, Denmark, Israel, Sweden, Canada and Netherlands it is allowed to carry embryo of infertile couple but without taking a

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    • 2015/08/06
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    Surrogacy in the UK vs Surrogacy Abroad – entirely different, or one and the same?

    Surrogacy in the UK vs Surrogacy Abroad – entirely different, or one and the same?

    2015 has already seen a number of surrogacy judgments1 which challenge the law as it currently stands in relation to this increasingly mainstream pathway to parenthood. However, where the issue at hand is whether a parental order should be made2, the focus historically has been on international arrangements. Whilst contentious UK surrogacy cases, happily, remain

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    • 2015/08/03
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    Europe in Ukraine – why foreigners go to the third world country for artificial insemination?

    Europe in Ukraine – why foreigners go to the third world country for artificial insemination?

    Only a short time ago, Ukraine, state in the Eastern Europe, was unknown and sometimes even alarming for residents of European countries. Euro 2012 football championship matches that were held in Ukraine have lifted the veil a little and shown the world Ukrainian hospitality, beauty of cities and friendliness of local people. Modern reproductive medicine,

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    • 2015/07/30
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    Thailand – surrogacy Mecca is closed

    Thailand – surrogacy Mecca is closed

    As a result of major scandals with participation of Thai surrogate mothers and attended parents local government has passed a new law banning surrogacy in Thailand. Such a loyal and user-friendly Thai law was changed for criminal liability for surrogacy conduction. Now surrogate mothers and foreigners who want to carry on this procedure with financial

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    • 2015/07/29
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    Should androids have the right to have children?

    Should androids have the right to have children?

    In contemporary science fiction, we often see robots passing themselves off as humans. According to a UiS researcher, the genre problematises what it takes to be accepted as a human being and provides a useful contribution to the debate about who should have the right to reproduce. Science fiction culture has prospered and gone from

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    • 2015/07/28
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    Where to go for surrogacy?Countries of assisted reproductive technologies

    Where to go for surrogacy?Countries of assisted reproductive technologies

    Surrogacy has already managed to gain a foothold in the modern world. Every year number of couples who seek the help of surrogate mothers has been constantly growing. According to the statistics over the last 3 years demand for surrogacy has increased by 120%. According to the unofficial data, more than 250 thousand children were

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    • 2015/07/27
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    Leaders of reproductive medicine

    Leaders of reproductive medicine

    From year to year, diagnosis of infertility has been reaching catastrophic level. It is known that every sixth couple in the world faces with this disease. And this figure has been rising. Reproductive medicine has entered the battle-field, hand to hand with the global problem of childlessness in families. Surrogacy, egg donation, in vitro fertilization

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    • 2015/07/27
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    High price tags and ugly secrets – how surrogacy preys on poor women

    High price tags and ugly secrets – how surrogacy preys on poor women

    Women from a poor demographic have become an increasing interest in the multi-billion dollar surrogate industry, with most mothers being forced or coerced into volunteering as a surrogate. “Surrogacy depends in many cases on the exploitation of poor women, because it’s the poor who have to sell and the rich that can afford to buy,”

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    • 2015/07/24
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    Fresh and frozen eggs – what’s better?

    There is not always an opportunity to use fresh, not frozen eggs during IVF program. Advertising articles assures us vitrification or eggs’ freezing is a modern technique that allows specialists to save eggs and postpone indefinitely fertilization process. But what is the quality of biological material after it’s unfreezing? Today European states where IVF is

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