September 01, 2018

Healthcare Regulatory and Privacy Issues in Reproductive Technologies and Big Data

Kimberly J. Gold, Reed Smith LLP, New York, NY, Anna Rudawski, Norton Rose Fulbright US LLP, New York, NY

Assisted reproductive technologies (ART) and Big Data are revolutionizing women’s health and the ways in which babies are conceived.  People who are trying to conceive or those simply interested in health tracking apps now have a plethora of options to choose from, nearly all of which involve the exchange of personal information for services.  Moreover, women who face fertility issues now have multiple options, from fertility tracking to egg freezing.  All of these technologies are ascendant, as medical advances push the boundaries of fertility later in life for both sexes.

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