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• Wednesday, December 20th, 2017

Emma Wren Gibson was born last month as a newest miracle of the so-called “snowbabies,” frozen embryos available for adoption to infertile parents.

The couple adopted and thawed three fertilized embryos for implantation, but only one implanted.

This is another example in a fascinating future of fertility science.

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• Thursday, October 15th, 2015

A family in Thailand has cryonically frozen their child’s brain in an effort to allow future medical achievements cure her rare brain cancer.
Read more at International Business Times

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• Tuesday, February 02nd, 2010

A nine-year-old Chinese schoolgirl became one of the world’s youngest mothers after giving birth to a healthy boy in Changchun, a town in northeast China.

Chinese newspapers report that she gave birth by Caesarean section and the child weighed 6lbs when delivered. While the unnamed girl is not the youngest mother in the world, she is part of a growing contingent of children who hit puberty earlier than expected. Read more.

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• Saturday, August 29th, 2009

This ad was recently published in China advertising a 50% student discount on abortions.

Abortion Ad

Abortion Ad

Read comments and more about the story here.

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• Saturday, July 25th, 2009

Adoption advocates have united in dismay over “Orphan,” a horror movie opening next week that they say will fuel negative attitudes toward real-life orphans.

As Dawn from The Dawn and Drew Show points out, anyone who could be turned off by watching a movie about an adoption gone bad, probably shouldn’t be adopting in the first place.

Read more at the Star Ledger

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• Friday, July 24th, 2009

Check out this fascinating blog written by escort volunteers that help patients navigate the angry crowds outside many abortion clinics. Get the inside story here.

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• Thursday, July 23rd, 2009

From The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead:

The Red River Women’s Clinic has filed a lawsuit to stop a North Dakota law that would require the abortion clinic to give women an opportunity to view an ultrasound 24 hours before obtaining an abortion.

This move has been viewed as an unnecessary hassle for clinics, but also appears to be another way to legally define when life begins.

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• Friday, July 17th, 2009

A private adoption agency in Ontario, Canada has gone bankrupt and left a lot of confused families in its wake.

“We are trying to get the kids who in fact have already been adopted and are waiting for their Canadian visa,” the London- North-Centre MPP, reached in Newfoundland, said. “We are trying to get that work done and get them into their new homes as soon as possible… we’ll get them home.”

Read the whole story here.

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• Thursday, July 16th, 2009

From California Catholic Daily:

Ecoscience is concerned with catastrophic population increase, including in the United States. It contains a number of suggested actions. Under “Changing American Institutions” Holdren and his co-authors contend that compulsory abortion would be legal under the Constitution if “the population crisis became sufficiently severe to endanger the society.”

The book Ecoscience was published in 1977. While some viewpoints may seem dated, it is still worth further examination. Read the whole story here.

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• Wednesday, July 15th, 2009

From the Daily Mail

At the age of 72, she is old enough to know better.

But it seems Jenny Brown cannot be deflected from her determination to give birth.

Miss Brown, who has never had a long-term relationship, has already spent £30,000 in the United States and Italy trying to conceive and is now prepared to travel abroad again to clinics that still offer IVF treatment to women her age.

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