October 06, 2010
I. Glenn Cohen, co-director of the Petrie-Flom Center for Health and Law Policy and assistant professor of Harvard Law School, was a guest on the radio program “The Takeaway,” a national morning news program produced in partnership with The New York Times, the BBC World Service, WNYC, Public Radio International and WGBH Boston.
On the day the Nobel Prize for medicine was awarded to Robert Edwards, who developed in vitro fertilization in the 1970, Cohen participated in the radio program to discuss “The controversies that still lie behind in-vitro fertilization.”
According to Cohen, the number one controversy today is about safety methods.
Listen to the program: