Nine pregnant women were detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement for as long as three months, according to the complaint.
Reveal and The Atlantic will team up for a forum on Oklahoma’s female incarceration rate, the highest in the U.S.
Transgender health care would account for a tiny fraction of the Defense Department’s overall budget.
California lawmakers have banned local governments from signing new contracts for holding federal immigration detainees and funded a state inspection program for immigrant detention centers.
The world’s first “test tube baby” turns 40 next year. As she’s grown up, so has the medical specialty that produced her: in vitro fertilization. It’s a big business addressing a big demand. On this episode of Reveal, we examine the stakes – and high costs – of IVF.
Dr. Jennifer Schneider lost her 31-year-old daughter to colon cancer in 2003. She wonders whether there was a link between her daughter being a three-time egg donor and the tumors found on her ovaries and abdomen.
Given the shortcomings of consumer protections, here are three ideas that could help fix the IVF problems we found.
Even as IVF has made technological advancements, an outdated measurement system and weak consumer protections obscure the differences between the best doctors in the business and those who run troubled clinics.
To analyze how often American in vitro fertilization clinics transfer one embryo at a time, we relied on self-reported data that clinics provide every year to the CDC.
Poor medical care, including underqualified staff and systemic neglect, has contributed to deaths at immigrant detention facilities around the country, according to a new report by two advocacy groups.