The history of in vitro fertilization began in the late 1970s. Now, especially in North America, there is a huge market for reproductive medicine, whose sales volume is expected to double to 17 billion euros in the coming years.
British Newcastle University has obtained the first license for creating in-vitro babies with the genetic material of three people. The technique should prevent mothers from passing on mitochondria diseases to children.
Three-parent IVF techniques have been declared safe enough by British scientists to be offered in "specific circumstances." The treatments can reduce the risk of mothers passing hereditary diseases to their babies.
A Dutch medical center has launched an investigation after uncovering that dozens of women may have been fertilized by the wrong sperm. Half of the women who underwent IVF treatment are pregnant or had their babies.
Despite having one of the strictest abortion laws in Europe, Poland wants to go even further and ban abortion altogether. As the government continues to push its anti-progressive agenda, many Poles are up in arms.
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