BioHacked tells startling true stories of the people caught between two multi-trillion-dollar industries — medicine and technology — and chronicles how their lives are transformed. In season 1, the children of anonymous sperm and egg donors — some with dozens or hundreds of half-siblings — take on the fertility industry. As they uncover the identities of their donors and gather vital medical information, unexpected ethical, scientific, and political challenges arise that will leave you questioning everything you thought you knew about the baby business.
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I plan to keep listening so I can hear out the full story but I would avoid if you’ve dealt with infertility trauma. While so far it seems like the goal is better screening of health data etc by clinics, the reality is that a lot of additional effort required by donors would mean fewer donors and fewer options for those struggling with infertility. The question is - how much information does a person inherently deserve about their biology? I don’t know the answer to that, but I don’t think it’s ... more
A very thorough and detailed explanation of all sides of a complex and interesting issue. A great listen!
Every time there is a commercial break the next segment repeats half of what the last segment just said. Soooo annoying!! It’s basically 5 mins of a story drawn out into 40 mins.
A totally thorough and well-researched presentation of a fascinating, complex, and important topic. The interviews are candid, made possible by the sensitivity, empathy, and consequent interviewee-trust, of T.J. Raphael. Her relaxed and non-judgmental style is perfect, and she keeps your attention by exposing new aspects and considerations at a perfect pace.
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BioHacked: Family Secrets launched 7 months ago and published 21 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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