December 1, 2016

Human Embryo Experiment Shows Progress Toward ‘Three-Parent’ Babies

(The Washington Post) – The technique used in swapping the genetic material was not immaculate: Some mutant DNA remained in the fertilized eggs and the ensuing replicating stem cell lines. In some of those stem cell lines the mitochondria reverted … Read More

November 21, 2016

The Next Frontier in Reproductive Tourism? Genetic Modification

(The Conversation) – Medical tourism for assisted reproductive technologies raises a host of legal and ethical questions. While new reproductive technologies, like mitochondrial replacement, promise to bring significant benefits, the absence of regulations means that some of these questions, including … Read More

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