Debora Spar

Professor at Harvard Business School

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Professor at Harvard Business School and author of The Baby Business: How Money, Science, and Politics Drive the Commerce of Conception

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In Spain this week, the world's oldest new mother gave birth to twin babies at the age of 67, as the age of possible motherhood rises higher and higher.  The fastest growing age group…

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In Spain this week, the world's oldest new mother gave birth to twin babies at the age of 67, as the age of possible motherhood rises higher and higher.  The fastest growing age group…

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