Researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine have been able to predict, with 93% accuracy, which fertilized eggs will make it to a crucial very early stage of development and which will not. According to Science Daily, “the results indicate that embryos are likely predestined for survival or death before even the first cell division.” […]
Robert G. Edwards, the British scientist who developed in vitro fertilization, has won the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physiology for Medicine. The prize committee said Dr. Edwards, “battled societal and establishment resistance to his development of the in vitro fertilization procedure, which has so far led to the birth of around 4 million people.” Though IVF is now common […]
Anytime you've got something your friend wants, envy, resentment and other ugly feelings can arise. But when that something is as big and important as a baby, feelings can really get in the way of a friendship. How do you handle a friend who's having trouble getting pregnant when you're pregnant?