Social Aspects of accessible infertility care in developing countries

  • Introduction

    F. VAN BALEN, W. OMBELET

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  • The social and cultural consequences of being childless in poor-resource areas

    F. VAN BALEN, H. M. W. BOS

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  • Considerations regarding government funding of assisted reproductive techniques in low-resource settings

    S. J. DYER, G. PENNINGS

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  • Male perspectives on infertility and assisted reproductive technologies (ART) in sub-Saharan contexts

    V. HÖRBST

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  • Misery of Empty Laps: Life of childless women in Bangladesh

    P. NAHAR

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  • Fertility treatments under semi/occupation: The case of East Jerusalem

    D. BIRENBAUM-CARMELI, R. KOCHMAN-HAIMOV

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  • Healers, nurses, obstetrics-gynaecologists dealing with women in the quest to become pregnant in Southern Mozambique

    E. MARIANO, M. SAMUCIDINE, I.B. BOAVENTURA, C.P. SOUSA

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  • Negotiating boundaries: Accessing donor gametes in India

    A. WIDGE, J. CLELAND

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  • Infertility and Treatment Seeking in India: Findings from District Level Household Survey

    S. UNISA

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  • Summary of an Expert meeting on “Social Aspects of Accessible Infertility Care in Developing Countries”

    W. OMBELET, F. VAN BALEN

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  • Publicity

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