Monthly Archives: April 2014
Shannon Stettner, an historian of abortion, argues that pregnant women should be the ones to determine whether an abortion is “medically necessary” for them.
Canadian university professors call on the Province of New Brunswick to immediately repeal Regulation 84-20.
Miriam Zoll advocates for better patient education for those considering IVF with multiple embryo transfer.
Vanessa Gruben identifies a number of issues that must be addressed in developing an equitable and effective policy for safe fertility services in Ontario.
Alana Cattapan argues that newly announced funding for one cycle of IVF in Ontario is not the best way to reduce multiple birth rates or to increase access to assisted reproductive technologies. (This post first appeared in the Toronto Star).
Newly available documents show conflicts of interest for the FDA ethicist who investigated a fetal drug experiment. Alice Dreger and Ellen K. Feder explain.