Human embryos research and the Politics of Bioethics

Ethical objective questions posed by human embryo experimentation are exacerbated by the deregulate gene editing techniques research including biohackers A book has been published by Columbia University, entitled “Experiments in Democracy. Human Embryo Research and the Politics...

Ovarian tissue preservation to delay childbearing in increasing – Video

Childbearing delay new trend – Freeze your fertility The cryopreservation of ovarian tissue obtained from young women in order to delay childbearing join to embryos cryopreserved (social freezing) is rising markedly. There are two kinds: for medical reasons, when a...

United States Government and the practice of surrogation. “Military wives” surrogate mothers

“Most American citizens have no idea that taxpayer-funded Tricare Health Insurance, provided to members of the military, is being used to cover the pregnancy and childbirth costs of surrogate pregnancies for contracting buyers.” In previous articles, we treat the...

In vitro fertilization negative medical effects

Increase in premature births, low birth weight, congenital abnormalities and perinatal complications… There is growing medical evidence of the presence of adverse outcomes following the use of assisted reproduction techniques. There is no doubt that most perinatal morbidity...

President of the Republic was welcomed by the Catholic Church of France. The good and the bad

What are the great issues that have separated the Church from the French State? In an unprecedented event on April 9, the President of the Republic was welcomed by the Catholic Church of France. Archbishops, members of the clergy and associations, and representatives from the...

Can twin pregnancies be produced using IVF if only one embryo is transferred?

How is it possible?  Could it indicate that a diagnosis of the couple’s infertility must be required before starting an assisted procreation process? A recent study published in Fertility and Sterility evaluated the rate of twin pregnancies – both monozygotic (identical twins)...

Children born through surrogacy and his mother have more medical problems

Children born after gestational surrogacy, and the mothers themselves, have more medical issues Issues related to gestational surrogacy are currently the subject of considerable social debate. In relation to this, we have contributed in a book on this topic, where this matter is...

Social Freezing. Has it medical and ethical difficulties?

“To freeze the eggs of their female employees, “in order to attract and promote female talent”. Occasionally, and for various reasons, some women wish to postpone motherhood. The most common procedure used to achieve this is to freeze their eggs while young, generally...

Around 30% of births after ovarian stimulation occur after a single cycle

When assessing the success of assisted reproduction techniques, one important thing to consider is to be able to determine the likelihood of having IVF child after several stimulation cycles. A recent article evaluated this in a group of 112,549 women who started their first in...

Do the pregnancy and live birth rates using frozen embryos improve or reduces that of fresh embryos?

Since the advent of in vitro fertilization (IVF)  in 1978, fresh embryos have generally been used in the procedure. However, their use has the immediacy with which the clinic must act. As a result, in the last decade, the use of frozen human embryos has been implemented. In view...