A new approach to treating Marfan syndrome may be on the horizon, thanks to developments in genome editing.
Bulging biceps might make men more likely to appeal to the opposite sex, but extra muscle may take its toll on their sperm count.
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The recent Nuffield Council on Bioethics report 'Genome Editing and Human Reproduction: Social and Ethical Issues' has been both welcomed and criticised.
As is often the case with new reproductive technologies, some critics have raised concerns that new cases of conditions such as Down's syndrome could be eliminated by genome editing, and that the lives of existing people with this condition could be somehow devalued. Is there any factual basis for these concerns?
Microfluidic sorting selects sperm for clinical use with reduced DNA damage compared to density gradient centrifugation with swim-up in split semen samples
Molly M Quinn, Liza Jalalian, Salustiano Ribeiro, Katherine Ona, Utkan Demirci, Marcelle I Cedars, Mitchell P Rosen
Luteal phase anovulatory follicles result in the production of competent oocytes: intra-patient paired case-control study comparing follicular versus luteal phase stimulations in the same ovarian cycle
Danilo Cimadomo, Alberto Vaiarelli, Silvia Colamaria, Elisabetta Trabucco, Carlo Alviggi, Roberta Venturella, Erminia Alviggi, Ramona Carmelo, Laura Rienzi, Filippo Maria Ubaldi
Women who freeze their eggs for social reasons need to be better informed about the potential difficulties of the process, experts from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists have warned.
Controversy surrounding last year's report of a disease gene being edited out of human embryos continues with a fresh round of evidence.
The UK's Equality and Human Rights Commission is threatening legal action if 'outdated' NHS policies, which it says discriminate against the transgender community, are not changed urgently. Specifically, it is concerned that trans people should have equal access to fertility preservation services. Of course, anyone whose reproductive potential is threatened by the treatment they need should have an equal opportunity to access fertility preservation. But equal to what?