Designs on Life: Exploring the New Frontiers of Human Fertility

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Pocket Books, 1991 - Health & Fitness - 290 pages
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A ground-breaking account that is as compelling a human story as The Cuckoo's Egg--behind the scenes with the maverick scientists of the frontiers of fertility. Award-winning journalist Hotz takes readers into the clinics and labs, and the hearts and minds of both researchers and conceiving couples.

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Hotz, science writer of the Atlanta Journal and Constitution , tells stories gathered in over 300 interviews with both clinicians and patients at 12 fertility clinics, describing the current state of ... Read full review

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Beginnings
1
The Baby Maker
7
Waiting Rooms
33
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