A rational cure for prereproductive stress syndrome--a perspective from Israel: a rejoinder to Häyry, Bennet, Holm and Aksoy

Simonstein, F.
September 2005
Journal of Medical Ethics;Sep2005, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p557
Academic Journal
Presents a rejoinder to articles by Matty Häyry, Søren Holm, Rebecca Bennet and S. Aksoy, which discussed the prereproductive stress syndrome. Advances in reproductive technologies (RT) in Israel; Correlation between RT and the promotion of women's rights; Key factors that could prompt doctors to advice couples not to use in vitro fertilization.


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