Debating deafness and embryo selection: Are we undermining reproductive confidence in the deaf community?

This article by Ailsa Stevens covers a debate organised by Progress Educational Trust on which Anna was an expert witness
21st April 2008

Excerpt from article:

"This compelling theme was the focus of a debate organised by Progress Educational Trust (PET) and Wales Gene Park, held on 9 April at Cardiff's Techniquest, where a diverse audience, including members from the deaf community, clinicians and government officials, gathered to witness three experts: Anna Middleton, Consultant Research Genetic Counsellor at Cardiff University, Steve Emery, British Sign Language Research Associate at Heriot-Watt University and Colin Gavaghan, Lecturer in Medical Law and Ethics at the University of Glasgow, discussed just how far embryo selection show be allowed to go."

Citation:

Stevens, Ailsa (2008). Debating deafness and embryo selection: Are we undermining reproductive confidence in the deaf community? BioNews [online]. Issue 454. Available at: http://www.bionews.org.uk/page_37988.asp [Accessed 13 February 2018]