Overcoming Infertility: A Guide for Jewish Couples

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Richard V. Grazi
Toby, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 537 pages
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In the twelve years since Dr. Grazi's first collection appeared, Be Fruitful And Multiply: Fertility Therapy and the Jewish Tradition, there have been huge advances both in medical techniques besides an evolving Halacha. Overcoming Infertility accounts for these advances, and will become an indispensable reference for observant Jewish couples who require fertility therapy, rabbis, and educators. While innovative technologies bring many new and difficult questions, advances in the field of infertility have brought happiness to infertile couples around the world. The demands of modern therapy may be at odds with the demands of Halacha, a situation both confusing and frustrating to couples and their physicians. Because many of the questions posed by such therapy are novel and without precedent, rabbis who are asked to deal with these questions are often at a loss for advice.

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This update of Grazis earlier book, Be Fruitful and Multiply: Fertility Therapy and the Jewish Tradition (1994), should prove invaluable to Orthodox Jewish couples, their rabbis, and doctors dealing ... Read full review

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Contents

Introduction
3
The Rabbinic and Medical Partnership
73
Issues from the Heart
79
Copyright

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Richard V. Grazi, MD, is the Director of the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at Maimonides Medical Center and the founder of Genesis Fertility & Reproductive Medicine

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