Tag Archives: IVF

Laboratory Mix-ups

Stine Willum Adrian calls for better ways of dealing with mistakes made by fertility clinic laboratories.

Upper Age Limits on IVF and ‘Good’ Mothers

Angel Petropanagos warns of the danger of smuggling moral arguments in under the guise of medical ‘facts’ in the advanced maternal age debate.

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’.

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.

Privileging Infertility over Abortion in New Brunswick

Rachael Johnstone questions New Brunswick’s infertility Special Assistance Fund in light of its abortion policy.

The Contentious Issue of Surrogacy in Quebec

Audrey L’Espérance advocates for collaborative policy making on surrogacy in Quebec.

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.