Books about in vitro fertilization

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In Vitro Fertilization

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Approximately four million couples in the U. For about 25 percent of them, in vitro fertilization is the best option for conception, yet many couples remain uninformed about the procedure. As of , about , children were successfully born through in vitro fertilization, and this number is rising steadily. Written by one of the top specialists in the country, In Vitro Fertilization, Third Edition presents a clearly written, complete guide to alternative means of conception. This revised book discusses everything one needs to know about IVF, including how to find and choose the best in vitro programs, what to expect as you go through the process, and what your chances are of achieving a successful pregnancy.

It seems that you're in Germany. We have a dedicated site for Germany. Editors: Ginsburg , Elizabeth S. Uniquely balanced, the book provides the necessary understanding of the key laboratory techniques involved in ART and the complex aspects of clinical care. Featuring the contributions of world leaders in the field, the guide begins with the evaluation of the infertile woman and man. It then moves on to discuss treatment protocols and adjunctive treatments.

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It is very exciting to be present when a major change in the practice of medicine occurs. It is more exciting and rewarding to be the individual who is discovering and directing such a change. Howard W. Jones Jr. Jones chronicles the development of a new arena of medical practice in North America. Medical care, by its very nature, is constantly changing. On occasion a breakthrough occurs that is revolutionary, and it takes medical care forward with greater than a baby step.

GENEVA When Tess Kossow couldn't find a children's book about in vitro fertilization, the Geneva writer with an MBA decided to take a leap and leave her corporate role to write her family's story as told through the eyes of a child. Named after her own, nearly 1-year-old son, the colorfully illustrated, rhyming picture book titled "I'm Very Ferris" was released this year in hardcover and paperback by Outskirts Press. It can be found online and at Harvey's Tales bookstore in Geneva. The first letters of each word in the title spell IVF. She will be at two local book signings in March, joined by Ferris, the first at Primrose School of St.


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