Anonymus Us Project tells the stories of those impacted by "third party reproduction" (sperm and egg donation and surrogacy).
In Australia, University of Newcastle laureate professor John Aitken works as a reproductive biologist. And he is sounding a warning about how the children being born through IVF are suffering unforeseen consequences — and speaking up about how IVF is not a magic fix for infertility.
According to Dr. Aitken, children conceived from IVF are at a higher risk of being born infertile. In addition to infertility, he says that boys conceived from IVF are also at higher risk for various cancers. Currently, 1 in 6 Australian couples uses IVF, with 1 in 25 Australian children born from IVF. Dr. Aitken worries that the number is only going to get higher.
Read the full Live Action News article here.