When artificial means of human reproduction are used supplanting the natural means proper to human nature

In the UK, people born with donor gametes can now know who their biological parents are

From October, children conceived in the United Kingdom since April [...]

The new European Union regulation on substances of human origin: reflection from a bioethical perspective

Introduction On Wednesday, 13 September, a proposal from the European [...]

The ethical dilemma of artificial wombs for development of the fetonate

Since the clinical advent of in vitro fertilization in the [...]

Donated embryo pregnancies are associated with an increased risk of hypertensive disorders even in young women

A recent retrospective study published in Fertility and Sterility has [...]

A designer baby cures her sister of a hereditary disease

The genetic selection technique carried out presents ethical and technical [...]

Spain in the lead in number of pregnant women over 40 in Europe

The Euro-Peristat network has recently published a new “European Perinatal [...]

Children conceived by gamete donation in France will have the chance to know their biological origin

France has implemented modifications in the preservation of anonymity for [...]