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COVID lockdowns have prompted more women to freeze their eggs, but success rates remain vanishingly low

COVID lockdowns have prompted more women to freeze their eggs, but success rates remain vanishingly low

Katie Strick | 
According to UK fertility regulator the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA), the number of women freezing their eggs or ...
Lockdown has spurred more women to freeze their eggs, but success rates are vanishingly low

Lockdown has spurred more women to freeze their eggs, but success rates are vanishingly low

Katie Strick, Lucy Holden | 
[Egg freezing] is currently the fastest growing fertility treatment, but experts worry that the majority go into the process not ...
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‘Burger wars’: Battle over meat consumption grows partisan as lab-grown protein options expand

Samuel Fishwick | 
At this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, DC .... an unlikely political rallying cry was born. ‘They want ...
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GMOs are not an either/or debate

Tim Cooper | 
On the one hand, GM crops can help us feed poor people in far-flung parts of the world by making ...

GMOs matter most where climate change and population growth are challenges

Sarah Sands | 
The question of how we produce food, as the global population heads for nine billion in 2050, must be addressed ...
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