25 Feb Vogue Cites California Dominance in Reproductive Technology
Vogue's March 2019 issue spotlighting California as the "center of everything" includes the article, "Fertile Ground," in which writer Jancee Dunn explores the state's role as a fount of advancements in assisted reproductive technology. As I discussed with the writer, the advantage probably dates back to 1994, when California courts established precedent by recognizing intended parents as the child's legal parents (rather than a donor or surrogate). Today thousands of intended parents from other countries flock to Southern California, drawn to its wealth of highly regarded surrogacy and donor agency and IVF clinics. Dunn also connects the growing popularity of assisted reproductive technology (ART) with the fact that many women and couples are delaying having children longer than previous generations.
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