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Mitochondria are not as interchangeable as originally thought, which may have implications for the selection of donors for mitochondrial donation.
An international commission has been assembled to provide guidance on the development of therapies using human germline genome editing.
The New York State Supreme Court has granted permission for the parents of a deceased US army cadet to use his frozen sperm to have grandchildren.
The UK Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) has released new commissioning guidance offering NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) advice on delivering high-quality cost-effective fertility services.
Sons whose mothers experienced high levels of stress during their first 18 weeks of pregnancy may have reduced fertility when they become adults.
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New research has shown that men who start a family later in life are more likely to experience fertility problems and can increase the risk of health issues in their children.
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