assisted reproduction


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assisted reproduction

n.
The use of medical techniques, such as drug therapy, artificial insemination, or in vitro fertilization, to enhance fertility.
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That's the difference with Bill C-13, an Act Respecting Assisted Reproduction Technologies.
Although Ryan is more concerned about issues of distributive justice and access to assisted reproduction than Shanley, she shares Shanley's negative assessment of the liberal, individualist model of procreative rights.
COUPLES should not be too quick to try assisted reproduction to have children, researchers said today.
Mohamed Taranissi, director of the Assisted Reproduction and Gynaecological Centre in London, which has the highest live birth in the country, said: "Success rates have improved, but I think we've now come to a kind of a plateau.
Extremes of weight are linked with reduced chances of pregnancy in women receiving assisted reproduction treatment.
What level of help society is willing to tolerate, provide, or pay for moves assisted reproduction beyond the boundaries of personal choice and individual liberty.
The attorneys argued that assisted reproduction taken place in the United States for past 15 years.
The decision has been made after a comprehensive review of the service provided at the University Hospital of Hartlepool's Assisted Reproduction Unit.
But closer analysis found a stronger link between asthma and children conceived via some form of assisted reproduction treatment including IVF (in vitro fertilisation).
In the second half of the text they turn to specific issues, offering chapters on assisted reproduction and embryo research, abortion and pre-natal harm, mental health law, medical research, organ transplantation, and euthanasia.

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