Surrogacy law must put the best interests of children at its heart
We are at a point where Ireland can produce a piece of legislation that respects parents and children in this situation, and we have to get it right
‘As the surrogate, legally I had every right to walk out of the hospital with that baby’
A long-awaited bill, which is due to be published this autumn, will for the first time create a regulatory framework around surrogacy and IVF in Ireland but behind the scenes, the legislation has run into trouble
Thérapie to offer egg freezing service to women in their 20s
The group best known for providing cosmetic Botox and laser hair removal has invested €10 million in three new fertility clinics
A singular journey: why more women are going it alone
A growing number of women are electing to become single mothers by choice, forgoing the traditional nuclear family route. What are the motives behind their decision, and how do they overcome the challenges posed as a result?