About a third of women with infertility are diagnosed with blocked fallopian tubes. What if I told you that 80 percent of women who walked into a…
Nine recent documentaries about different aspects of assisted reproduction, followed by the June roundup of studies, good reads and events…
A spoken-word poem about azoospermia. With permission from the author, Elis Matthews, this week I'm sharing a poem, "Zero." I found it very powerful…
Earlier this month, Colorado became the first US state ever to ban donor anonymity. The law may not be everything, but it's a start. 3 minute read The…
Older men are increasingly opting to become single dads. Is 70 really the new 40? Last month, at the Jefferson Infertility Counselling Conference in…
Some intended parents have rescued their former Ukrainian surrogates from war. It restores faith in humanity. It also raises the question: what does an…
It’s that time of the month again… Please find below my informal roundup of some upcoming events and ongoing studies, plus a few good reads. If you are…
Fifty women decided to transfer embryos that testing had condemned. Here's what happened. 5 minute read An older couple is having trouble conceiving…
The overturning of Roe v. Wade will affect not just people who want to terminate a pregnancy — but those who want to carry one as well. Last week, a…
When the human body was being carved up by medical specialties, the male parts lost out. That failure has a legacy, argues a sociologist from Yale. Last…
Getting pregnant as a trans man is an especially deliberate decision. Testosterone shots have to stop, surgeries must be delayed and full transition is…
Hi there! Here’s your quick monthly roundup of some upcoming events and ongoing studies, plus a few good reads. If you are interested in casual news…