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"Women in their twenties will first choose this approach [in vitro fertilization, IVF] as insurance, providing them with freedom in the light of professional decisions, or the absence of the right partner, or the inexorably ticking of the biological clock," Austrian-American chemistry professor Carl Djerassi said in an interview with the Daily Telegraph.
"For them the separation between sex and reproduction will be 100 percent," said 91-year-old Djerassi, who is known as the "father of the Pill". — RT News
Sex will soon be just for fun not babies, says father of the Pill - Telegraph
A nation duped? UK govt. paves way for GM babies — RT UKSex could become purely recreational by 2050 with large numbers of babies in the Western world born through IVF, the professor who invented the contraceptive pill has claimed.Prof Carl Djerassi, the Austrian-American chemist and author, said he believes that the Pill will become obsolete because men and women will choose to freeze their eggs and sperm when young before being sterilised.
Britain’s government has allegedly misled the public with respect to a newly developed invitro fertilisation (IVF) procedure that experts claim will lead to the birth of “genetically modified babies.”World’s first ‘three-parent’ baby could be born in UK — RT UK
A group of prominent scientists, including Lord Winston - a long-standing expert in fertility treatment, have criticized Britain’s Department of Health for attempting to furtively introduce a new IVF technique that will allow the DNA of future generations to be manipulated.
The British government has attempted to redefine the term “genetic modification” (GM) to include a controversial new method that will culminate in babies inheriting their genetic make-up from three separate individuals, the scientists say.
More than 100 “three-parent” babies could be born in the UK each year after the government announced plans to legalize a controversial IVF technique to prevent children inheriting diseases.
Following government changes to fertility rules in February, Britain could become the first country in the world to allow mitochondrial replacement (MR) therapy.
The Department of Health announced plans to legalize the use of IVF treatments which prevent babies from being born with diseases such as muscular dystrophy, blindness and brain disorders which affect mitochondria – the energy source of cells.