Love on the Hospital Walls

December 17, 2015

Michael Sekeres, MD, “I have made it a habit to scan the walls of my patients’ rooms, to gain some insight into their lives outside of the surreal experience of their lengthy hospital stay.”

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If egg freezing once sounded like science fiction, those days are over. Women now hear about it from their friends, their doctors and informational events like Wine and Freeze

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The Crispr Quandary

November 10, 2015

A new gene-editing tool might create an ethical morass — or it might make revising nature seem natural

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Brushes with forgery, and concerns about his legacy and estate, prompted Mr. Fischl to appear in London on Monday to vouch for a new authentication system that would let artists sign their works with specks of synthetic DNA

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As techniques like IVF and surrogacy become more common among celebrities, tabloids offer a window into the complicated future of reproduction.

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In 1978, Louise Brown became the first baby conceived in a laboratory through assisted reproductive technology. She tells Mosaic what it was like growing up

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Lawsuit claims price guidelines used by fertility clinics artificially suppress the amount women can get for their eggs

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A divorced couple’s battle for control over their frozen embryos could affect how fertility clinics approach freezing embryos, experts said of the precedents the case may set. With comments from our Jeffrey Kahn.

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