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Global cultural and socioeconomic factors that influence access to assisted reproductive technologies

Women's Health

Jul 1, 2009

Geoffrey David Adamson

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Assisted reproductive technology (ART) is the most successful treatment for the 9% of people at reproductive age who suffer with infertility, but only a small percentage of those needing ART actually access it. Access varies greatly internationally owing to religious, cultural and polit...read more

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Global cultural and socioeconomic factors that influence access to assisted reproductive technologies

Women's Health

Jul 1, 2009

Geoffrey David Adamson

PMID: 19586427

DOI: 10.2217/whe.09.28

Abstract

Assisted reproductive technology (ART) is the most successful treatment for the 9% of people at reproductive age who suffer with infertility, but only a small percentage of those needing ART actually access it. Access varies greatly internationally owing to religious, cultural and polit...read more

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Border Disease
International Relations
Anthropological Customs
Land Tenure
Infertility

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