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HANDS OFF COMMENTARY

"As a society we are at a turning point in our relationship to science. We are being asked to make women the servants of biotechnology, rather than insisting on a biotechnology that promotes the well-being of all people." - Diane Beeson

ARTICLES

Raffling Motherhood On Mother’s Day : Will It Be Buy One, Get One Free Next? By Comment on Reproductive Ethics, U.K. (HTML)

Opinion: A Closer Look at Stem Cell Research by M.L. Tina Stevens and Diane Beeson for the The Oakland Tribune (HTML)

Opinion: Women don't need to risk their health with egg donation by Katrina George for The Age (PDF)

Cancer Risk After Exposure to Treatments for Ovulation Induction -- American Journal of Epidemiology (HTML)

What about the women? Ethical and policy aspects of egg supply for cloning research -- Reproductive BioMedicine Online (PDF)

Women as collateral damage: A critique of egg harvesting for cloning research -- Women's Studies International Forum (PDF)

TESTIMONY AND HEARINGS

Testimony by Alexandra Fraser, PhD, to Kansas State Senate on Senate Bill 509, “Women’s Health and Embryo Monitoring Program Act,” March 2010 (PDF)

Testimony of Sindy, MD, PhD, to Kansas State Senate on Senate Bill 509, “Women’s Health and Embryo Monitoring Program Act,” March 2010 (HTML)

Testimony of Lynne Millican, R.N., B.S.N., Paralegal, Boston, MA. Before the Subcommittee on Science, Technology and Space Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, United States Senate, March 27, 2003 on "Cloning: A Risk to Women?" download document (WordDoc)

Anonymous Egg Donor Experience (PDF) (HTML)

Diane Beeson Hearing on Stem Cell Research Download: (PDF)

Statement by Judy Norsigian: Before U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Embryonic Stem Cell Research after Seoul. (PDF)