Thailand selling Chinese baby choice | Bangkok Post: news – Bangkok Post


The Straits Times
Thailand selling Chinese baby choice | Bangkok Post: news
Bangkok Post
"Sex selection for non-medical reasons is not encouraged, but neither is it prohibited in the US, according to the latest guidelines," the American Medical Association says on its website. As in Thailand, South Africa currently has no legal provision
Women from Australia, China, Hong Kong go to Thailand for treatment to choose The Straits Times
In Thailand, baby gender selection loophole draws China, HK women to IVF clinicsTuoitrenews

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Couples flock to Thailand for sex selective IVF – National Right to Life News

Couples flock to Thailand for sex selective IVF
National Right to Life News
bangkokhospital1 Thailand has become a top tourist destination for women seeking gender-selective IVF. The country is one of just three that permit gender selection – the other two are the US and South Africa – and it offers the most affordable procedures.

Baby gender selection loophole draws China, HK women to Thailand – The Rakyat Post


The Rakyat Post
Baby gender selection loophole draws China, HK women to Thailand
The Rakyat Post
Hundreds of women from mainland China, Hong Kong and Australia are visiting Bangkok each year for in vitro fertilisation, with the option of choosing the child's gender by discarding fertilised eggs, or embryos, of the unwanted sex. — Pic courtesy of …

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Local woman fights sex trade – Bucyrus Telegraph Forum

Local woman fights sex trade
Bucyrus Telegraph Forum
The 2010 Bucyrus High School graduate was in Thailand, then Cambodia, last fall for her internship to prepare her in the fight to prevent at-risk children from getting caught up in the international sex slave industry. While Brook was a student at

New Thailand Hotline Targets Misbehaving Monks – Voice of America

New Thailand Hotline Targets Misbehaving Monks
Voice of America
Officials say it's a move to restore the country's image of Buddhism, tarnished by recent high profile scandals such as the opulent lifestyle of one jet-setting monk, monks seen using drugs and drinking, as well as allegations of child sex abuse at a

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Thailand selling Chinese baby choice | Bangkok Post: news – Bangkok Post


The Straits Times
Thailand selling Chinese baby choice | Bangkok Post: news
Bangkok Post
"Sex selection for non-medical reasons is not encouraged, but neither is it prohibited in the US, according to the latest guidelines," the American Medical Association says on its website. As in Thailand, South Africa currently has no legal provision
Women from Australia, China, Hong Kong go to Thailand for treatment to choose The Straits Times
In Thailand, baby gender selection loophole draws China, HK women to IVF clinicsTuoitrenews

all 25 news articles »

Couples flock to Thailand for sex selective IVF – National Right to Life News

Couples flock to Thailand for sex selective IVF
National Right to Life News
bangkokhospital1 Thailand has become a top tourist destination for women seeking gender-selective IVF. The country is one of just three that permit gender selection – the other two are the US and South Africa – and it offers the most affordable procedures.

Baby gender selection loophole draws China, HK women to Thailand – The Rakyat Post


The Rakyat Post
Baby gender selection loophole draws China, HK women to Thailand
The Rakyat Post
Hundreds of women from mainland China, Hong Kong and Australia are visiting Bangkok each year for in vitro fertilisation, with the option of choosing the child's gender by discarding fertilised eggs, or embryos, of the unwanted sex. — Pic courtesy of …

and more »

Local woman fights sex trade – Bucyrus Telegraph Forum

Local woman fights sex trade
Bucyrus Telegraph Forum
The 2010 Bucyrus High School graduate was in Thailand, then Cambodia, last fall for her internship to prepare her in the fight to prevent at-risk children from getting caught up in the international sex slave industry. While Brook was a student at

New Thailand Hotline Targets Misbehaving Monks – Voice of America

New Thailand Hotline Targets Misbehaving Monks
Voice of America
Officials say it's a move to restore the country's image of Buddhism, tarnished by recent high profile scandals such as the opulent lifestyle of one jet-setting monk, monks seen using drugs and drinking, as well as allegations of child sex abuse at a

and more »