When 4,000 samples imported every year are failing to meet the needs of prospective parents, one thing is clear: Britain needs cum. Some have new ideas on where to find it.
J. Marion Sims, lauded as the “father of modern gynecology,” experimented on female slaves without consent or anesthesia.
What happens when you donate biological samples to science?
Medical historian Alice Dreger argues against a worrying trend of researchers conducting clinical trials without fully informing the participants.
Dr. Donald Cline admitted to using personal sperm samples fifty times at his former Indiana fertility practice.
A healthy 76-year-old woman supposedly died of a pulmonary embolism after routine knee surgery — but the surgery was never performed. And the surgeon's now in prison — but not for her death.
Israeli doctors are refusing to implement a new law permitting the force-feeding of prisoners on hunger strike. Rights campaigners say Mohammed Allan is now in a "near-death critical condition."
Israel has passed a law allowing the force-feeding of prisoners despite widespread criticism from human rights groups and the country's top medical organization.
The Israel Medical Association has said it will call on doctors to ignore the new law, but the government says it is necessary because hunger strikes are a threat to national security.
In this nightmarish situation, the woman's family is faced with an important question: What do you do about a pregnancy that's not only medically risky, but also the result of sexual question?
Foreign nationals jetting to the United States solely to shell out cash for organ transplants is a growing problem, according to some advocates active in the donor transplant game.