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Sperm kept in a special freezer at UBC was accidentally destroyed when the power to the freezer was cut. (iStock) A man who says his sperm was destroyed when power was cut to a freezer at the University of British Columbia is one step closer to his
The scientific advances that have made egg freezing possible come at the same time that social trends have led to later marriage, delayed childbearing, and lower birth rates. Stories about egg freezing are everywhere, with women's magazines touting
My dear daughter, This letter is not just to you but to all those young women out there. This is from a concerned mother to all of you who are racing against time that they have forgotten to stop and smell the rose in their journey called life.
The moment in the stairwell, Jones said, "was when it hit me, I'm 36 and this is what it's come to."...Like many women, Jones found herself in her mid-30s, still single and no prospects for a husband, but still with a strong desire to have a family.
They are kept there for the national security of the meat we eat. The facility is part of the National Animal Germplasm Program, created in 1999 to function as a sort of backup hard drive for the nation's livestock. Some 780,000 vials of reproductive
Doctors now believe the treatment offers new hope for women left infertile by cancer, with Brisbane mum-to-be Vali, 26 weeks pregnant with twin girls. Before the removal of her second ovary at 27, doctors took tissue from one of her ovaries and froze
A Chicago hospital that operates a sperm bank says some of the specimens damaged in the "malfunction" of a cryopreservation tank could still be viable. Northwestern Memorial Hospital made the claim in response to 40 lawsuits filed against the
Gov. Jerry Brown has vetoed a bill that would have made it legal to pay women to stimulate and harvest their reproductive eggs for research. Brown says in a veto letter for AB926 that "not everything in life is for sale nor should it be."...The bill
29 pm SynGenX-1000 System Disposable Cartridge SynGen Inc., of Sacramento, CA, maker of products for extracting stem cells from a variety of sources, received FDA clearance for its SynGenX-1000 platform that's used to harvest stem cells from
19 May 2013 When Sarah Richards fell in love eight months ago, one of the first things she discussed with her partner was starting a family...On this basis, her dreams of motherhood and domestic bliss seem optimistic to say the least...Between the