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  1. Infertility - Males and Female (Research Reports in Materials Science)
  2. Healing the Infertile Family: Strengthening Your Relationship in the Search for Parenthood by Gay Becker, 1997-12-31
  3. The Politics of Fertility Control: Family Planning & Abortion Policies in the American States by Deborah R. McFarlane, Kenneth J. Meier, 2000-12-01
  4. SURROGACY: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>International Encyclopedia of Marriage and Family</i> by HELÉNA RAGONÉ, 2003
  5. Strong family and low fertility:a paradox?: New perspectives in interpreting contemporary family and reproductive behaviour (European Studies of Population)
  6. The Baby Business: How Money, Science, and Politics Drive the Commerce of Conception by Debora L. Spar, 2006-02-14
  7. Test-Tube Conception: A Blend of Love and Science by E. Peter Volpe, 1987-11
  8. Male Infertility - Men Talking by Mary-Claire Mason, 1993-11-15
  9. Infertility In The Male by Larry I. Lipshultz MD, Stuart S. Howards MD, 1996-11-01
  10. Male Contraception: A Choice on the Horizon by R.J Aitken, B.T. Hinton, et all 2004-07-16
  11. Conquering Infertility: Dr. Alice Domar's Mind/Body Guide to Enhancing Fertility and Coping With Infertility by Alice D. Domar, 2002-09-30
  12. Infertility, Feminism, and the New Technologies (Fabian Pamphlet,) by Sally Keeble, 1994-01
  13. Research in Human Reproduction
  14. Fertility Rights (Issues)

41. - United States - New - Personal - Health - Family & Community - Family
Presents the historical, mental, emotional and political aspects of infertility.Article from Sex Roles A Journal of Research. . 24. science News Ovarian

42. UNM LibrariesFamily Studies
Top of page family science Discussion Group (FAMLVSCI) The Reference to Internet BookCatalog contains over 250 books on adoption, infertility, and parenting

43. MPR: Cloning Bans Could Have Impact On Infertility Treatments
We don't feel that the science is there people into the otherwise nuclear family,but rather infertility specialists at the American Society for Reproductive
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Cloning Bans Could Have Impact on
Infertility Treatments
By Stephen Smith
January 9, 1998 RealAudio 2.0 14.4
The news this week that a maverick Chicago researcher intends to defy President Clinton's voluntary moratorium on human cloning may accelerate Congressional efforts to make cloning illegal. Infertility specialists warn that bills now before Congress might go beyond cloning to stifle research on important new infertility therapies. INFERTILITY RESEARCHERS TAKE PAINS to define cloning in the narrowest terms, as a process that would use the nucleus from a single mature cell and place it in a woman's egg from which the nucleus had been removed - then jolting that hybrid cell to life with electricity. No sperm need be involved, so the baby's genetic material would all come from just one person. While many infertility specialists recoil at the prospect of such "solo" cloning, there are critical aspects of the process that could help infertile couples. A number of infertility programs across the country are working on treatments that might be called "near-cloning." Doctor Jamie Grifo is a leading infertility researcher at New York University.

44. American Infertility Association Press Release - Kokopelli Ball Honorees
AIA family Building Awards will be given to Vitro Fertilization, Reproductive Surgeryand infertility; Selwyn Oskowitz for Reproductive Medicine and science of St
Contact: Jason Langer
David Eng Communications
For Immediate Release
AWARDS AND RECIPIENTS: The AIA Lifetime Achievement Award will be given to Alan DeCherney, M.D. of UCLA School of Medicine. The first ever Robert Edwards Scientific Award will be given to Professor Edwards himself, in recognition of his superior contributions in the science of reproductive technology. AIA Family Building Awards will be given to:
Frederick Licciardi, M.D., of the NYU School of Medicine Program for In Vitro Fertilization, Reproductive Surgery and Infertility;
Selwyn Oskowitz, M.D., of Boston IVF;
Joann Paley Galst, Ph.D.;
David Sable, M.D. of The Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science of St. Barnabas; Serono, Inc.;
David Stern, M.B.A., of Organon, Inc.;
Michael Tucker, Ph.D. of Georgia Reproductive Specialists.

45. Home Page
HHS Consumer and family science Links. family, Health and Child Development Issues andteen centers, sensitive topics like infertility, anorexia, infidelity and
HHS Consumer and Family Science Links Consumer Action Federal Citizen Information Center FirstGov for Consumers Federal Citizen Information Center-National Contact Center ... Consumer Protection Nutrition Food Pyramid Guide A Guide to Daily Food Choices USDA Food and Nutrition Information Center
This is the place to go for all types of information about nutrition, food composition, dietary guidelines, and all manner of other data about food. If you want to know exactly how many calories, how much protein, fat, carbohydrates, cholestrol, etc. a 1.5 oz. cake donut contains, you'll find it here. Would you like to compare the composition of a Taco Bell beef burrito with the same item at Del Taco? You can do so here using the USDA's search engine that includes more than 19,000 food items. Nutrition Navigator
The Tufts University Nutrition Navigator claims to solve the two major problems Web users have when seeking nutrition information: how to quickly find information best suited to their needs and whether to trust the information they find there. The Tufts University Nutrition Navigator is designed to help one sort through the large volume of nutrition information on the Internet and find accurate, useful nutrition information he or she can trust. Recipes:

couples will opt to create a family by adoption. is not an explainable cause ('idiopathic'infertility), all that we know is that medical science is not

47. MedBioWorld: Medical Journals
science.komm's directory of links to the homepages of medical journals in 56 disciplinesCategory Health Education Patient Education Journals...... Based Medicine Journals family Medicine Journals Forensic science Journals Gastroenterology InfectiousDisease Journals infertility Journals Intensive

48. Family First - Resource Directory
Reproductive science Associates of New York. of North Carolina ART Clinic Departmentof Ob/Gyn, Division of infertility CB 7570 2001 family First Fertility.
New York and North Carolina *Bold listings have a direct link to the clinic's website* New York Advanced Fertility Services, P.C.
1625 Third Avenue
New York, NY 10128
Telephone: 212-369-8700 Fax: 212-722-5587 American Fertility Services
550 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10021
Telephone: 212-750-3330 Fax: 212-750-3334
25-35 31st Avenue
Long Island City, NY
Telephone: 718-274-8112 Fax:718-274-1122 Albany IVF, Fertility and Gynecology 63 Shaker Road Suite 103 Albany, NY 12204-1030 Telephone: 518-434-9759 Fax: 518-436-9822 Brooklyn/Central Park West Fertility Center 55 Central Park West Suite 1C New York, NY 10023 Telephone: 212-721-4597 Fax: 212-721-4598 Brooklyn- IVF 1355 84th Street Brooklyn, NY 11228 Telephone: 718-238-8600 Fax: 718-283-6580 2210 Troy Road Niskayuna, NY 12309-4797 Telephone: 518-346-9544 Fax: 518-347-3392 505 East 70th Street New York, NY 10021 Telephone: 212-746-1762 Fax: 212-746-1861 CNY Fertility Center 4850 Broad Street Suite 1K Syracuse, NY 13215 Telephone: 315-492-5376 Fax: 315-492-5279 Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center Division of Assisted Reproduction 622 West 168th Street, PH-1630

49. Family First - Resource Directory
Reproductive science Center of the Bay Area 3160 Crow Southern California ReproductiveEndocrinology and infertility 1245 Wilshire 2001 family First Fertility.
California *Underlined listings have a direct link to the clinic's website* The Alta Bates In Vitro Fertilization Program
2999 Regent Street Suite 101-A
Berkeley, CA 94705
Telephone: 510-649-0440 Fax: 510-649-8700 California North Bay Fertility Associates
1111 Sonoma Avenue Suite 212
Santa Rosa, CA 95405
Telephone: 707-575-1729 Fax: 707-575-4379 Center For Advanced Reproductive Care
510 North Prospect Avenue Suite 202
Redondo Beach, CA 90277
Telephone: 310-318-3010 Fax: 310-798-7304 Center for Assisted Reproductive Medicine
1245 16th Street Suite 220 Santa Monica, CA 90404 Telephone: 310-828-4008 Fax: 310-828-3310 Center for Human Reproduction-Los Angeles 18370 Burbank Boulevard Suite 301 Tarzana, CA 91356 Telephone: 818-881-9800 Fax: 818-881-1857 * With donor egg program Melvin Thornton, M.D. 2121 Wilshire Boulevard, Santa Monica, CA 90403. Central California IVF Program 6215 North Fresno, Suite 108 Fresno, CA 93710 Phone : (559) 439-1913 Fax : (559) 439-3936 Century City Hospital Center for Reproductive Medicine 2070 Century Park East Los Angeles, CA 90067

50. Meet The Medical Staff At The Mena Medical Center, In Mena, Arkansas.
ResidencyUniversity of Florida Health science Center, Jacksonville College, Tulsa,Oklahoma Specializes in infertility and family Planning, Incontinence
Ronald W. Beckel, Jr. M.D.
Specialty- Pediatrics
Board Certification- American Academy of Pediatrics
Medical School - Medical School- UAMS at Lt.Rock, Ark
Residency- Arkansas Children's Hospital at Lt. Rock
Address- 102 Crestwood Circle Mena
Telephone- 479-394-7301 David D. Brown, M.D. P.A.
Specialty- General Practice/Geriatric Practice
Medical School - UTESA, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
UAMS, El Dorado, Ark. Internship, Partial Residency, Family Practice
Provides Cosmetic Procedure, Skin Lesion evaluation/ biopsy/ removal/ treatment Address-1302 Hwy 71 North Mena and Main Street in Norman, Arkansas Telephone- 479-394-3718 in Mena and 870-334-3104 in Norman Andrew E. David, M.D. Specialty- Emergency Medicine Medical School- University of Arkansas for Medical Science at Lt. Rock, Ark Residency- Family Practice at University of Arkansas for Medical Science at Lt. Rock, Ark Address- 311 North Morrow Mena Medical Center Mena Telephone-479-394-6100 John H. Finck, M.D.

51. Infertility Around The Globe: LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS
of an international conference, Interpreting infertility Social science Researchon Her dissertation, Conceiving the 'Happy family' infertility, Gender and
All Books Journals E-Editions The Press
Edited by Marcia C. Inhorn and Frank van Balen
Infertility around the Globe
New Thinking on Childlessness, Gender, and Reproductive Technologies
Back to description
Contributors Gay Becker is Professor in Residence, Social and Behavioral Sciences and Medical Anthropology, at the University of California, San Francisco. She has been studying infertility and reproductive technologies for more than twenty years, a project that grew out of her own experience with infertility. Her work includes a general study of people's experiences with infertility, which has resulted in the publication of three University of California Press books: Healing the Infertile Family: Strengthening Your Relationship in the Search for Parenthood, Disrupted Lives: How People Create Meaning in a Chaotic World, and The Elusive Embryo: Consuming the New Reproductive Technologies. She is also the author, with Robert Nachtigall, of several articles on donor insemination. For four years, she served as editor of the Society for Medical Anthropology's journal, Medical Anthropology Quarterly.

52. Marriage And Family: Change And Continuity - Allyn & Bacon / Longman Catalog
and Choices family Paper Sculpture • Research Methods in family science. for aWill • Change and Continuity family Records Locator infertility in Marriage,4096,0205167470,00.html?type

53. Science Today Transcript Number
San Francisco possible insight into a male infertility syndrome in Narrator Thisis science Today Mason If a family, the original family divorces, they'll be
May 26, 1998
A. Finding Clues About Infertility in Yeast
B. There's Nothing To Fear But Fear Itself

C. Drug Delivery That's Easy On The Liver

D. A Realistic View Of Disease Prevention
E. Stepparents Are People, Too
A. Finding Clues About Infertility in Yeast
Narrator: This is Science Today. The same yeast used to brew beer and make bread has given researchers at the University of California, San Francisco possible insight into a male infertility syndrome in which sperm cells stop developing. Researcher Shelley Chu found a parallel to this syndrome, called testicular maturation arrest, in yeast spores. Chu: We were characterizing a gene which is required for a transition in yeast sporulation which also occurs in sperm formation and now we understand molecularly how this transition occurs in yeast and we're proposing and it's likely, that similar molecular mechanisms occur in sperm formation. Narrator: Chu and her colleagues have called this gene NDT80.

54. Malpani Infertility Clinic - Patient Friendly Infertility Treatment -- Patients
their lives for bringing the fruits of science to the striking and remarkable at theMalpani infertility centre is and the staff are like a huge family and the
home site map about us contact us ... search this site Search this site - over 300 pages of information!
How to have a baby
Read the entire book online here Support Group Newsletter ... H.E.L.P. The Health Education Library for People , India's first consumer health library
Comprehensive services for the infertile couple
the very best medical care at affordable prices. What you wanted to know about infertility but didn't know whom to ask! ... Fertility Funnybone Comments From Our Patients Since a picture is worth a thousand words, here are some of our success stories! The following of our patients have very kindly agreed to serve as
" email infertility buddies " at our request . Please email them if you'd like to talk about infertility and IVF treatment, and what Malpani Infertility Clinic is like from a patient's point of view. Mrs Elizabeth John from Bangalore Mrs Kuldip Sidhu from UK Mr and Mrs Singh from UK Mrs Vinita Narayanan from Indore Mrs Somaiya from USA Mrs Tanuja from UAE Mr Sridhar from Bangalore Mrs Sushma from USA Mrs Patel from USA Here are some comments from some of our patients during their treatment.

55. NV Organon
Thwaites, science journalist, Melbourne, Australia. Vietnam's family planning programis keeping fertility under control but the problem of infertility must
Abstracts ORGYN, Vol. XIII, No. 4, 2002 Influencing infertility care
Infertility treatment in Vietnam
By Tim Thwaites, science journalist, Melbourne, Australia. The mighty mitochondrion
Advances in the understanding of an organelle
By Garry Hamilton, freelance writer, Seattle, USA. Getting the most from the web
Health information and the internet
By Simon Brown, medical author, Harrogate, UK. Double vision in health
Twin studies in medical research
By Scott Wilson, science writer and editor, Barcelona, Spain. Supplementing for health
The multiple effects of folic acid
By Neil Carter Abbot, science writer, Perth, Scotland. The European IVF-monitoring programme Guest editorial By Karl Nygren, IVF Unit, Sophiahemmet Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden, chairman of the EIM Consortium, and Anders Nyboe Andersen, Fertility Clinic, Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen, Denmark, co-ordinator. Partnering Interview with Lindsay Edouard of the UNFPA By Laura Muha, medical journalist, New York, USA.

56. RESOLVE The National Infertility Association
Start Act of 2001, would expand the family Medical Leave Act 25 of the plan's membersseeking infertility treatment reached I have a Master of science in Public

57. Department Of Obstetrics, Gynecology And Reproductive Science - Mount Sinai Scho
at The Institute of Reproductive Medicine and science of St. named the recipient ofthe 2001 American infertility Association family Building Award

Deserve the reason why science, realistic, sincere, hospitable are Every operationof the family planning and director of rescue center of infertility in USA

59. Beachwood Physicians
the University of Texas Health science Center at Barry Peskin, MD (also infertility)Boardcertified in Hospital, London, England; a family medicine residency
primary care
specialty care

family medicine

general internal medicine

obstetrics / gynecology

Beachwood Location Page

family medicine
Michael A. Rabovsky, M.D.
Medical Director
Kenneth I. Goodman, M.D.
Laura Dorr Lipold, M.D. Mina K. Lee, M.D. Tod Podl, M.D. general internal medicine top of page Baljit Singh Bal, M.D. Elena Borukh, M.D. Steven E. Feinleib, M.D.
Board-certified in internal medicine, Dr. Feinleib earned his medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore. He completed his residency in internal medicine at University Hospitals of Cleveland and then practiced in Willoughby for two years before joining The Cleveland Clinic Foundation. Dr. Feinleib is a member of the Ohio State Medical Association and the Lake County Medical Society. His specialty interests include preventive medicine, the diagnosis and management of asthma, diabetes, and hypertension, smoking cessation and healthy lifestyle promotion. obstetrics / gynecology top of page Majida N. Jassani, M.D.

60. Family > Start A Family
Money News Reference Politics Government science Planet EParents A websiteprovided by the National family and Parenting Learn about infertility.,417

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