Fertility

Friday December 5th, 2014

 The battle for frozen embryos

Last spring, a judge awarded Karla Dunston, a resident of Chicago, custody of frozen embryos. The judgment spurred an appeal. Standing on the opposite side of […]
Friday November 7th, 2014

Australians in search of India surrogates deprived entry visas

Nearly a year ago, a Thai surrogate gave birth to twins to an Australian couple.  Months later, the surrogate spoke to reporters, alleging the Australian couple […]
Wednesday October 29th, 2014

Surrogacy laws blurred across state lines

Throughout the nation, a state’s position on surrogacy is crystal clear, whereas in others, it can be utterly obscure.  Surrogacy is governed at the state level […]
Monday October 20th, 2014

Facebook and Apple receive lukewarm response for employee egg freezing offer

When Facebook and Apple announced their willingness to pay for their employees’ egg freezing, the initial reaction was shock. While some employees will no doubt take […]