February 7, 2017

Women in Cervical Cancer Trials Have Died for the Sake of Research Methodology

(Scroll.in) – The problem was that these trials contained a “no screening” control arm where about 141,000 women were deliberately not offered any test for cervical cancer in order to compare the differences in outcomes between screened and unscreened women … Read More

January 20, 2017

Controversial IVF Technique Produces a Baby Girl–And for Some, That’s a Problem

(CNN) – In 2015, the United Kingdom approved pronuclear transfer, but only for women suffering mitochondrial disease. The technique replaces defective mitochondria in a mother’s egg with healthy donor mitochrondria as a way of preventing mitochondrial disease from being passed … Read More

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