embryos

Wednesday December 27th, 2017

The Surrogacy Law Center: A Year in Review

For The Surrogacy Law Center 2017 was a year of moves. The Law firm moved to a new offices in […]
Friday November 25th, 2016

Missouri Appeals Court Rules Frozen Embryos are Property, Not Persons

The battle over two frozen embryos was decided by the Missouri Court of Appeals last week. In a contentious dispute […]
Wednesday May 18th, 2016

Missouri Bill Attempts to Assign Personhood to Embryos

Every time “human embryo rights” becomes a topic of discussion, it reignites an ethical debate as to whether embryos should […]
Friday December 4th, 2015

Heartache: Surrogacy in Mexico

A heartfelt article written in Australia painted a clear picture of what Australian citizens hoping to have a child through […]
Friday March 20th, 2015

The UK Breaks Tradition and Votes “Yes” On Three-Parent Babies

This month, the United Kingdom shattered the glass ceiling and became the first country to permit three people to have […]
Monday February 2nd, 2015

Reassessing the embryo adoption concept

The term, “embryo adoption,” has been floating around now for some time and is a crticial issue for those going […]
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. […]