➡ From Child Welfare Information Gateway NJ:
NY: Newborn’s death raises new questions about regulation of fertility clinics
New York Times – August 13, 2016
Kathleen Steele was 61, a widow and raising two young children alone when a New York fertility clinic agreed to help her have a third child. Less than two weeks after Steele gave birth, the newborn died after being tossed and pummeled by her 6-year-old brother when she left them alone in a minivan. The death of Steele’s baby this week has raised new questions about the regulation of fertility clinics and their part in making childbirth an option for women well beyond traditional child-bearing age.