Encyclopedia of Reproductive Technologies
Westview Press, 1999 - Medical - 404 pages
This collection of encyclopedic entries provides a broad-based appreciation of new reproductive technologies that includes accessible technological descriptions and their historical and social contexts. The collection is divided into five thematic areas: Theories of Reproduction—Ancient to Contemporary; Early Reproductive Technologies; Post-War Developments in Conception Control; Advanced Infertility Techniques; and Reproductive Science and Genetic Engineering. The text is designed as a research tool focusing on reproductive technologies, new developments in the field, and their social implications.
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