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2776 S. Arlington Mill Dr.
#803
Arlington, VA 22206

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Surrogacy: The Commodification of Motherhood and Human Life

Last month, an international coalition of individuals and organizations launched a campaign calling for an end to the assisted reproductive technology practice known as surrogacy. Stop Surrogacy Now (SSN) is urging national governments and the global community to end the “exploitation of women and the human trafficking of children through surrogacy.”

Genevieve Plaster, M.A.
June 1, 2015
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Brave New Britain: The U.K. Approves Production of Three-Parent Embryos

The concept of “designer babies” may sound like science fiction, a literal Brave New World, but it is decidedly not fictional –  it is here now and being pushed rapidly into fertility clinics. After only a brief debate today in the House of Commons, British Members of Parliament (MPs) approved a proposal to create genetically-engineered babies who contain the DNA of three parents.

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The United Kingdom’s Rubicon on Three-Parent Embryos

Later this month, leading scientists from around the world are set to caution a UK parliamentary inquiry against the creation of babies using the genetic material of three parents.  On October 22, this group will warn the inquiry against such genetic engineering and the possible scientific and ethical problems it could bring.

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Thailand Moves to Reform Law following Surrogacy Cases Gone Awry

Last week, Thailand officials announced a reform of its surrogacy legislation by way of a newly drafted bill that would ban commercial surrogacy.

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Center for Bioethics and Culture Founder Releases Documentary on Harmful Effects of Surrogacy

Jennifer Lahl, founder of the Center for Bioethics and Culture and an award-winning film director, recently released her latest documentary entitled Breeders: A Subclass of Women? The new film examines the harmful consequences of surrogacy.  Breeders concludes her three-part film series on sexual reproductive technologies.

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Why Reading “Why I Froze My Eggs…” Scrambled My Brain

The Friday, May 3, 2013 Wall Street Journal essay, “Why I Froze My Eggs (and You Should, Too)” astounded me in many ways and left me with an overwhelming sense of sadness for the misguided author, Sarah Elizabeth Richards.  Reading this career woman’s personal account of the tragic “wasting” of her prime dating years in her 20s and 30s, leading her to ultimately spend $50,000 and find herself “lying naked on a cold operating table in a foreign country while a stranger tries to harvest - egg by precious egg - the last of your fertility…” in order to “own her desire to be a mom” makes me wonder where feminism and medicine have gone so woefully wrong.

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UK Government Panel Approves Genetically Engineered “Three-Parent” Embryos

Great Britain’s Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA), which oversees fertility treatments and embryo research in that nation, recently approved fertility procedures that would amount to the genetic engineering of children through cloning (nuclear transfer) technology and germ-line modification, resulting in a “three-parent embryo” that would have genetic material from two mothers and one father.

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