Alternatives to Infertility: Is Surrogacy the Answer?

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Psychology Press, 1991 - Health & Fitness - 207 pages
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A guide for professionals involved in the counselling of involuntarily childless couples. It attempts to explain the benefits and risks of the options available to infertile couples and includes discussion of the Baby M case and the psychological and legal ramifications of surrogacy.
 

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Contents

From the Unwanted to the Inconceivable I
1
Problems and Alternatives
17
Adoption
43
New Reproductive Technologies
75
Baby M and Her Siblings
101
Arguments For
109
Psychological and Legal
125
Is Surrogacy the Answer?
145
Epilogue
153
Resource Organizations
181
Name Index
201
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Page 193 - Social and emotional aspects of voluntary childlessness in vasectomized childless men. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Maryland, College Park. Magarick, RH, & Brown, RA (1981). Social and emotional aspects of voluntary childlessness in vasectomized childless men.

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Schwartz is a Distinguished Professor Emerita at the Pennsylvania State University.

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