In Vitro Fertilization

Calgary Fertility Clinic Reverses No 'Rainbow Families' Policy

The Huffington Post Canada | Joanna Adams | Posted 07.30.2014 | Canada Alberta

A private fertility clinic in Calgary has backpedalled on its reported no "rainbow families" policy, and stance against using donors that do not match...

Calgary Fertility Clinic Restricts Donations Based On Ethnicity

The Huffington Post Canada | Joanna Adams | Posted 07.28.2014 | Canada Living

A single woman sought in vitro fertilization treatments from Calgary's sole private fertility clinic last March, but tells the Calgary Herald she was ...

I'll Take a Pre-Made Embryo To Go, Please

Sara Cohen | Posted 02.06.2013 | Canada
Sara Cohen

There has been a veritable flood of articles in Canadian media recently about the practice of California IVF: Davis Fertility Center Inc. creating embryos to sell to clients to be used in IVF. Based on my conversations with fertility lawyers and clinicians, the ethical concern and associated uproar isn't about the sale of embryos per se, but about clinicians creating embryos at their discretion without any particular parents in mind, using the characteristics that the clinicians determine are most likely in demand. This is what is so upsetting to so many.

Should I Freeze My Eggs?

Heather Magee | Posted 11.03.2012 | Canada British Columbia
Heather Magee

Often when I tell people that my partner and I aren't sure if or when we'll start a family, the same few questions arise. Can you imagine yourself 20 or 30 years down the road, with no children or grandchildren? Don't you want someone to carry on your family's lineage? Won't it be lonely with just you two?

Tick Tock Biological Clock

Isla Traquair | Posted 07.04.2012 | Canada Living
Isla Traquair

I am an absolute typical example of a new breed of women. Been married, divorced, very independent, love my job, enjoy my freedom and subconsciously take it for granted that I will have children at some point. Is it wrong to want to be settled, secure, with a house and garden before we decide to reproduce? Morally and socially, no, but biologically we are taking a big gamble.