This week at the Progress Educational Trust (18 September 2017)
The Progress Educational Trust (PET) is delighted to announce its next free-to-attend public event, 'Life after Death: A Woman's Victory in Having Her Deceased Husband's Children'.
The event is taking place at the University of Sheffield on the evening of Tuesday 24 October 2017, and will mark 20 years since widow Diane Blood won the legal right to conceive a child using the sperm of her deceased husband Stephen Blood. Speakers will include Diane herself, as well as her son Liam.
If tweeting about the event, please use the hashtag #DianeBlood
In other news, booking is open for the Progress Educational Trust (PET)'s 2017 Annual Conference - 'Crossing Frontiers: Moving the Boundaries of Human Reproduction' - which is taking place in London on Friday 8 December 2017.
The conference is supported by the Anne McLaren Memorial Trust Fund and the Edwards and Steptoe Research Trust Fund (silver sponsors), and by Ferring Pharmaceuticals and the London Women's Clinic (bronze sponsors).
If tweeting about the conference, please use the hashtag #petconf17