August 26, 2016


(The Economist) – Medical infertility is part of the problem, not just in rich countries, where couples put off having children until it is rather late, but also in poor countries, where health care is worse. By one global estimate, … Read More

August 25, 2016

India to Ban Rent-a-Wombs, Limited Surrogacy Allowed But Not for Single Women, Gays

(The Wire) – Once approved, there will be a complete ban on commercial surrogacy, but altruistic surrogacy will be permitted for needy infertile couples under strict regulations. The draft law allows only Indian citizens to avail of surrogacy, not foreigners, NRIs or PIOs. … Read More

August 23, 2016

We Know How to Fight Zika in Puerto Rico — But We Aren’t Given Women the Tools to Do It

(The Washington Post) – As part of my OB/GYN family-planning fellowship at Boston Medical Center, I helped educate health-care providers of obstetrics and gynecology about patient-centered contraceptive counseling and access to all forms of contraception. The harsh fact, though, is … Read More

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