Controversial Gene Editing Physicist MissingA Chinese scientist with Bay Area ties is reportedly missing, just days after unveiling a controversial genetic experiment.
Controversial Gene Editing Physicist Has Bay Area TiesThe Chinese physicist at the center of the global controversy over gene editing has Bay Area ties, even once warning a UC Berkeley professor about his plans to create the world's first genetically-modified babies.
Parenting Of The Future: Many Embryos, Each With DNA Profile"The majority of babies of people who have good health coverage will be conceived this way," predicts Henry Greely, a Stanford University law professor who works in bioethics.
Judge's Order To Destroy SF Woman's Frozen Embryos Could Set PrecedentA divorced California woman is considering legal options to keep her frozen embryos.
HealthWatch: Stanford Researchers Unlocking Secrets Of Successful IVFMore than 60,000 babies are born each year due to in vitro fertilization, but those numbers may go up thanks to some revealing research out of Stanford University.
'Octomom's' Doctor Apologizes For Implanting 12 EmbryosThe fertility doctor for "Octomom" Nadya Suleman tearfully apologized Thursday for implanting a dozen embryos and putting her health at risk, saying he did so only because she was insistent and he felt legally bound to follow her orders even though they ran counter to accepted medical practice.