Tag Archives: assisted human reproduction

The Truth about Mitochondrial Replacement

Françoise Baylis disputes popular descriptions of mitochondrial replacement as much needed treatment to avoid the birth of children ‘born to suffer’.

Assisted Procreation in Quebec: What To Expect?

Marie-France Bureau raises concerns about access to, and the funding and regulation of, assisted reproductive treatments.

International Differences in Gamete Donor Limits

Khue Tran Minh Hua shows that concerns about consanguinity and intergenerational transmission of genetic disease are not the only reasons for low or high gamete donor limits.

Quebec’s Assisted Human Reproduction Program

Pamela White provides a brief English-language summary of the recommendations of the recently released report of the Quebec Commission à la santé et au bien-être. 

ART Ethics and Health Risks in the Unregulated Market

Miriam Zoll advocates for better patient education for those considering IVF with multiple embryo transfer.