Reflections on “Danish sperm donors across three decades: Motivations and attitudes” by Bay et al.
This document discusses the responsibilities of the physician in situations of third-party assisted reproduction where malfeasance or misconduct has occurred.
This editorial discusses the placebo effect in fertility treatment.
Three parent in vitro fertilization Gene replacement for the prevention of inherited mitochondrial diseases
The exchange of nuclear genetic material between oocytes and embryos offers a novel reproductive option for the prevention of inherited mitochondrial diseases.
This review provides an overview of female germline stem cells in model organisms and the debate regarding their existence in mammalian species.
Adult somatic cells to the rescue Nuclear reprogramming and the dispensability of gonadal germ cells
Men and women who are genetically fertile can become infertile due to several extrinsic factors. Patient-specific pluripotent stem cells represent one potential cure for these non-genetic forms of infertility.
Stem cells are essential for mammalian sperm production and may have application for treating male infertility.
Male and female germline stem cell research has made remarkable strides in recent years, but there are still miles to go before there will be a clinical product.