A group of international experts is calling for a moratorium on the clinical use of germline genome editing in humans. Led by Professor Eric Lander, director of the Broad Institute of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard, 17 scientists and ethicists from seven countries made the call in the journal Nature.
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Men can safely undergo one round of chemotherapy or radiotherapy for early-stage testicular germ-cell cancer without any negative impact on sperm quality, a new study has found.
Two new studies suggest that a form of CRISPR base editing is more error-prone than previously thought.
Last month, the draft statutory guidance on sex education (now known as Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) and health education for governing bodies, proprietors, head teachers, principals, senior leadership teams and teachers) was presented to UK government for debate.
vOIL is a ready to use light paraffin oil for ART-procedures to overlay small volumes of tissue culture medium. vOIL prevents the evaporation of water and protects the media from changes in osmolality and pH. Furthermore, it enhances rates of embryonic development during embryo culture.
Baroness Nicola Blackwood, junior minister for innovation in the Department of Health and Social Care has acknowledged that there is a lack of evidence to back up the current time limit on egg freezing.