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  1. What Are Children For? by Laurie Taylor, Matthew Taylor, 2005-08
  2. The Viagra Ad Venture: Masculinity, Media, and the Performance of Sexual Health by Jay Baglia, 2005-07-01
  3. Childless: No Choice: The Experience of Involuntary Childlessness by James H. Monach, 1993-05-10
  4. Making Love Again: Renewing Intimacy and Helping Your Man Overcome Impotence by Terry Mason, Valerie Greene Norman, 1988-10
  5. Life Before Birth: Reflections on the Embryo Debate by R. G. Edwards, 1990-04
  6. Fertility Goddess SOVATA by Elysse Poetis, 2010-06-09
  7. Barren in the Promised Land: Childless Americans and the Pursuit of Happiness by Elaine T. May, 1997-04-25
  8. Having Your Baby by Donor Insemination: A Complete Resource Guide by Elizabeth Noble, 1988-01-04
  9. The Elusive Embryo: How Men and Women Approach New Reproductive Technologies by Gay Becker, 2000-12-04
  10. Fertility and Familial Power Relations: Procreation in South India (Nais Monograph Series, 87) by Minna Saavala, 2001-11-02
  11. Children on Demand: The Ethics of Defying Nature (New South Books) by Tom Frame, 2008-03-01
  12. Women Without a Shadow: Maternal Desire and Assisted Reproductive Technologies by Silvia Tubert, 2004-07-30
  13. Dear Barbara, Dear Lynne: The True Story of Two Women in Search of Motherhood by Barbara Shulgold, Lynne Sipiora, 1992-10
  14. Human in Vitro Fertilization: (International Congress Series) by Testart, 1985-01

61. : Science May Pave Way For Designer Babies
designer babies. , Perfect Features science May Pave and infertility, the worldrenownedinfertility clinic at of communications for the family Research Council
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62. A Home For Their Embryos - How To Make A Family
family member who are struggling with infertility and she The fact that that familywould be close to Donating to science, by contrast, offered the Duffy’s

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A Home for Their Embryos
by Ellen Glazer Carla and Marc Duffy have been reading the recent flurry of articles about cryopreserved embryos with curiosity and no small measure of frustration. The Duffy’s, busy parents of daughters 3 1/2 and 1 1/2, decided to donate their eight frozen embryos shortly after their second daughter’s birth. For them, the decision was the easy part. The hard part has been finding a medical center that wants them. Carla describes her frustration. “It feels like a don’t ask, don’t tell” kind of thing to us. Supposedly the medical centers want embryos for research, but we have yet to figure out how to donate them.” Read more of Ms. Glazer An Unlikely Crusader Becoming Our Mothers Bullish on Memories Initially, the Duffy’s assumed that there was a simple, straightforward way to give their embryos to science. Long before the potentials of stem cell research hit the news, Carla and Marc felt that “the small life of our embryos should stand for something.” That “something,” it seemed to them, was the opportunity to help others, preferably infertile couples. “We worked so hard to create the embryos,” Marko says, “We couldn’t think of not using them towards some good.”

63. Science Blog - Ancient Fly Gene Offers Insights Into Male Fertility
immature sperm cells in finishing meiosis, thereby overcoming infertility. BOULE isa member of this family. of their posters, all the rest © 2002 science Blog
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Polls Votes: Comments: Ancient Fly Gene Offers Insights into Male Fertility Using a human gene, scientists have corrected a defect in infertile flies that prevented them from carrying out a key step in the creation of sperm. The finding advances the effort to identify the genes involved in human male infertility, the researchers say, and suggests a possible target for a male contraceptive. From the UCSF Ancient Fly Gene Offers Insights into Male Fertility Using a human gene, UCSF scientists were able to correct a defect in infertile flies that prevented them from carrying out a key step in the creation of sperm. The finding advances the effort to identify the genes involved in human male infertility, the researchers say, and suggests a possible target for a male contraceptive. In their study of the fly, published in the January 15 issue of Human Molecular Genetics, the researchers focused on a gene that in male flies regulates meiosis, a key step in the creation of sperm and egg in all animals, including humans. In the male fly, loss of the gene, known as boule, leads to meiotic arrest, and hence infertility. Predictably, when the scientists inserted a normal copy of the gene into the flies, meiosis resumed. More notably, however, when they inserted the human form of boule, known as BOULE, into the meiosis-defective flies, development of the fly sperm also resumed.

Public Attitudes to science 35 Public Support for Biotechnology 192 infertility 194Is infertility a Medically Treatable Disease Changing family Structure 210 12
Ethics, Law and Science of Using New Genetic Technology in Medicine and Agriculture
Darryl R. J. Macer, Ph.D. Eubios Ethics Institute Darryl R. J. Macer. All commercial rights reserved. This publication may be reproduced for limited educational or academic use, however please enquire with the author.
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1. Is There A Problem?
    New Technology 1
    The Gene Scare 3
    Outline 6
2. Genes and Life
    The Advent of Molecular Biology 10
    DNA and Genes 11
    Genetic Technology 13
    Human Genetic Disease 16
3. General Ethical Concerns
    The Use of Nature 21
      What is Nature? 21
        Different Views of Nature 21
        Dynamic Nature 23
        A Christian View of Stewardship 24
      Playing God 27
      Interfering With Nature 28
      Integrity of Species 28
    Reducing Genetic Diversity 30 Slippery Slopes 33 Biological Warfare 34 Public Perception of Science 35
      Public Attitudes to Science 35 Public Support for Biotechnology 37 Public Participation in Decision Making 43 Education 43 Government Commissions on Genetic Engineering 44 The Hippocratic Tradition 45
        A Profession 47 Philantropy 49 Do no harm 50
      Adoption of the Oath by Western Medicine 53 Competing Ethical Traditions 58 Retaining the Hippocratic Oath 62
    5. Status of the Human Embryo

65. Family And Consumer Science - Child Development
family and Consumer science Child Development. occur, identify possible solutionsfor infertility, discuss the plan for a new family, identify resources for

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The learner will be able to understand the stages of child development from prenatal development through early childhood, describe benefits of studying children and the importance of the early years in a child's development, understand the issues and concerns of parents of children with special needs. Strand Scope Source Growing With Children Master East Longmeadow Public Schools Living in Families
The learner will be able to describe various kinds of families, identify ways in which decision making is influenced by sound character, family and personal beliefs, describe the changes parenthood brings and identify the questions people should ask themselves before they choose to become a parent and describe the responsibility of the family in teaching children non-violent attitudes and conduct. Strand Scope Source Growing With Children Master East Longmeadow Public Schools Effective Parenting Skills
The learner will be able to identify the child-rearing skills and the financial resources needed for parenting, describe considerations relevant to becoming a parent (including the various ways of becoming a parent such as foster parenting, adoption, and step-parenting, describe the consequences of teen parenting, evaluate various types of discipline methods parents might use with children of different ages, describe parental practices that encourage literacy in young children, distinguish between punishment and positive discipline and discuss the need for substitute care and options available.

66. Infertility, Health & Wellness
for Reproductive Medicine From infertility, to family. infertility site discussesinfertility recurrent Integramed Reproductive science Center's free video
Infertility The Fertility Guide This informative site gives couples a good grasp of many of the different ART (assisted reproductive technologies) procedures, as well as links to other educational sites. Taking Charge of Your Fertility - probably the best overall book about infertility on the market. Right now, is offering the book at 30% off! That's a price of only $16.09. Head over to Amazon *today* by clicking on the above link. Infertility Homepage UNLEASH YOUR QUEST FOR KNOWLEDGE IVF Info This site offers links to lots of infertility-related sites, as well as mailing lists, bulletin boards, chat rooms and more. Fertile Thoughts Sher Institute for Reproductive Medicine Integramed Reproductive Science Center's free video - Every Conceivable Chance: An Introduction to Infertility Treatment . Sign up to receive your copy! Then check out the site to get more comprehensive information regarding infertility. INCIID - InterNational Council on Infertility Information Dissemination INCIID is a non-profit organization committed to using the Internet to provide the most current information regarding the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of infertility and pregnancy loss. Dedicated to helping infertile couples explore their family-building options, including treatment, adoption and choosing to live childfree, INCIID's purpose is entirely educational. RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association The mission of RESOLVE, a nonprofit organization founded in 1974, is to provide timely, compassionate support and information to people who are experiencing infertility and to increase awareness of infertility issues through public education and advocacy.

67. Adoption And Infertility
Shady Grove Fertility and Reproductive science Center, Rockville as a way to startor build a family. and adoption alternatives during infertility treatment.

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Resources Adoption and Infertility "Adoption is a wonderful means to build a family, but it is not a cure for infertility. You can't expect it to fix the hurtyou have to do your grieving." Sharon Covington, Director of Psychological Support Services, Shady Grove Fertility and Reproductive Science Center, Rockville, Maryland When fertility treatments don't succeed, infertile couples often consider adoption as a way to start or build a family. If you haven't ruled out adoption, begin to learn about requirements and adoption alternatives during infertility treatment. This way, you'll be ahead of the game should treatments fail. In addition, the knowledge that there's another way to start your family could give you a boost to pursue further treatment. Or it could help you accept the end of infertility treatment This page is intended to introduce the basics of adoption to help see how it can fit into your family planning.

68. UM SPH Faculty Profiles
Gender, science, and Reproductive Technology in Islamic Egypt (Routledge, 2003),infertility and Patriarchy The Cultural Politics of Gender and family Life in
UM SPH Home > Faculty > Marcia Claire Inhorn , PhD, MPH
Marcia Claire Inhorn , PhD, MPH
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Babies in Global Test-tubes: Gender, Science, and Reproductive Technology in Islamic Egypt (Routledge, 2003), Infertility and Patriarchy: The Cultural Politics of Gender and Family Life in Egypt (U Pennsylvania Press, 1996) and Quest for Conception: Gender, Infertility, and Egyptian Medical Traditions (U Pennsylvania Press, 1994), the latter of which won the Society for Medical Anthropology's Eileen Basker Prize for outstanding research in gender and health. She is also the primary editor of two books, Infertility Around the Globe: New Thinking on Gender, Childlessness, and Reproductive Technology

69. Environment, Lifestyle And Infertility Mdash An Inter-generational Issue
Environment, lifestyle and infertility — an intergenerational Weston Research Centrefor family Health, Imperial College of science Technology and nature publishing group nature science update naturejobs ... register SEARCH SITE Tuesday 08 April 2003 Fertility Home Further reading Sponsors Permissions ... Press Release Resources Nature Cell Biology Nature Medicine Review Nature Cell Biology
Nature Medicine Richard M. Sharpe
MRC Human Reproductive Sciences Unit, Centre for Reproductive Biology, University of Edinburgh, Chancellor's Building, 49 Little France Crescent, Old Dalkieth Road, Edinburgh, EH16 4SB, UK email:
Department of Reproductive Science and Medicine, Institute of Reproductive and Developmental Biology, Wolfson and Weston Research Centre for Family Health, Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine, Hammersmith Hospital, London, W12 0NN, UK email:
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71. Family & Relationships : Infertility
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(showing 1-20) 1997 Year Book of Infertility
by Daniel R. Mishell Jr.
Hardcover - October 1997
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50 Essential Things to Do When the Doctor Says It's Infertility

by B. Blake Levitt
Paperback - May 2000 List price: $12.95 50 Essential Things to Do When the Doctor Says It's Infertility by B. Blake Levitt Paperback - November 1995 List price: $10.95 Adopting after Infertility by Patricia Irwin Johnston Hardcover - October 1992 List price: $21.95 Advances in Diagnosis and Treatment of Infertility by Vaclav Insler (Edited by), G. Bettendorf (Edited by) Hardcover - September 1981 List price: $112.25 Advances in Fertility Control and the Treatment of Sterility by R. Holland (Edited by) Hardcover - December 1983 List price: $65.50 Advances in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility : Current Trends and Developments by Seang Lin Tan Togas Tulandi Paperback - October 2002 List price: $150.00

72. Fertility & Infertility - Science Ministries
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A Stem Cell Named Hannah
Familes of adopted embryos put human face on embryonic stem cell research. Learning in the Womb Fetuses have memories, researchers say A Miracle and a Baby Not Too Old To Have A Baby Despite the odds and her age, Alice trusted God and His promises to conceive. Chronic Stress During Pregnancy Chronic stress during pregnancy can affect both changes in the mother and developing fetus. De-stress For A Healthy Baby The way you deal with stress during pregnancy influences the way your baby develops in the womb.

73. Compare Prices At NexTag - Infertility , Family , Relationships , Books - Buy -
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74. ScienceDaily News Release: Gene Linked To Infertility In Mice; Findings May Appl
stem cells, would be depleted. Now, the same family of genes has beenlinked to infertility in male mice. Lin is confident that the
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Gene Linked To Infertility In Mice; Findings May Apply To Humans
DURHAM, N.C. A cell biologist at Duke University Medical Center has published a new study in mice that offers another possible genetic explanation for infertility in men: a gene called miwi. The research has not yet been conducted using human tissue, but Haifan Lin, an associate professor of cell biology at Duke and senior author of the study, suspects that the human counterpart of miwi, called hiwi, is probably also associated with infertility in men. The study could eventually lead to genetic testing for the human form of the miwi gene, Lin said. Piwi and miwi stem from the piwi family of genes known to be associated with the division of reproductive stem cells, which are the immature cells that can proliferate and mature to become adult sperm cells.

75. Infertility/Adoption Information
Adoption. Adoption, to me, is a beautiful alternative for creatinga family. And for infertility couples, it is a gift! I have both
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Infertility is a very sensitive and painful subject for many women and/or couples. It can bring you closer or tear you depends on the strength of your relationship....but it is never easy to cope with. I wish I had words of wisdom to help you along the way...but I don't. I had only my own story to tell and the hope in my heart that YOUR quest will be more successful than mine was. *warm smiles* First is a table of links to many fertility clinics that might be helpful to you. I have not visited them, so I am not advocating or rejecting any of them. I would recommend that you research them with the American Medical Association or some other licensing agency before entrusting them with your health or hopes....or before investing your money. If you know of any reason that any one of these agencies should not be on this page, PLEASE email me and let me know! And I will remove it from my list. Or if you know of a reputable agency, please send me the name and I will add it! FERTILITY CLINICS Abington Reproductive Medicine Advanced Fertility Center of Chicago Arizona Institute of Reproductive Medicine Reproductive Science Center (Bay Area) ... The Beach Center, Virginia Beach, VA

76. Popular Science | The Future Of Research And Regulation For Infertility Treatmen
when he decides that he's ready to build a family? Copyright © 2003 Popular science. Ofteninfertility treatments lead to multiple births twins, triplets,12543,419326-3,00.html
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PS What needs to be done to understand the risks ART might have?
KH: There is an enormous and really tragic paucity of data about the outcomes of ART. There needs to be follow up done to see what effects these procedures have, and who's going to fund this kind of work is a big question. This work is expensive, and for the feds it's scary and not high on their list of things to support, because it gets dangerously close to research on embryos.
PS Yet there's such a huge debate over cloning, which raises similar issues.
KH: Right. There's an irony here that I just keep finding myself stumped over. Over the last several years, any number of groups have spent a lot of time and attention trying to figure out where they are on cloning, then advocating that position. But even in your wildest dreams, how widespread will reproductive cloning ever be? Is it going to be a real reproductive choice for my nine year-old when he decides that he's ready to build a family? Meanwhile, back at the ranch, we've got ARTs that are here and now. While any number of erudite bodies have sat around meeting tables talking about the necessity for broad public discussion about ART, there really has not been any. So that's one of our primary objectives.
PS How does the Center hope to affect research and regulation?

77. Assisted Reproduction. Center For Applied Reproductive Science. Dr. Samuel Thatc
Center for Applied Reproductive science. Assisted Reproduction. (2); Risks of InfertilityTherapy? (3); Happy Birthday to the Brown family; More on Hydrosaplinx
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78. Reproductive Science Institute - Egg Donation - IVF, ICSI, Donor Egg, Surrogacy,
donation is a treatment for female infertility, which can a genetic disease or afamily history of The Reproductive science Institute has a highly successful

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Egg donation is a treatment for female infertility, which can be used to achieve pregnancy in women who lack ovaries, women with diminished ovarian function, or women who have either a genetic disease or a family history of genetic disease. The donation process begins with the retrieval of eggs from a woman with normally functioning ovaries. These donated eggs are then fertilized in a laboratory setting (in vitro fertilization) with sperm from the egg recipient’s partner or donor sperm. The resulting embryos are then transferred to the uterus of the recipient. When pregnancy is established, the egg recipient becomes the "gestational" mother and experiences pregnancy and birth. Pregnancies resulting from donated eggs to infertile women were first reported in England and from Monash University in Australia in 1983, following the development of in vitro fertilization technologies. Egg donation is complex for a variety of reasons, including the relative inaccessibility of donors, the inability to freeze eggs, and the need for synchronizing the menstrual cycles of the donor and the recipient. The Reproductive Science Institute has a highly successful egg donation program, which meets the highest standards, and criteria set by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine. If you are interested in finding out more about the RSI egg donor program then feel free to

79. BILLINGS OVULATION METHOD - Scientific Research, Fertility, Infertility, Natural
many areas of interest to medical science beyond his great service to natural familyplanning. His studies of infertility influenced his opinions regarding
Studies on Human Reproduction
Ovarian Activity and Fertility and the Billings Ovulation Method
by Professor-Emeritus James B. Brown M.Sc., Ph.D., D.Sc., FRACOG
Foreword by John J. Billings and Evelyn L. Billings - April 2000
(published here with kind permission of Drs. John and Evelyn Billings and Professor James Brown)
The deficiencies of these methods led to a study of the activity of the cervix of the uterus during the cycle and to the discovery that virtually every fertile women observes, or can be trained to observe, the secretion of a particular pattern of mucus coming from the cervix around the time of fertility; this appears at the vulva as a vaginal discharge. The temperature-rhythm combination continued to be used while careful observations were made to determine those days in the cycle when it is possible for the woman to become pregnant, when she is unable to do so, and the day on which she was most likely to become pregnant. It was only after the self-observation of the mucus pattern and the application of guidelines appropriate to the desire of the couple to achieve or to avoid pregnancy in the cycle that the temperature-rhythm calculations were abandoned. By 1962 a decision was made to publish a book regarding these studies and the conclusions that had been reached. The precise time of ovulation was now able to be determined by daily measurements of oestrogen and progesterone metabolites. It was clear that ovulation occurs on the day of the Peak symptom or the following day, rarely on the second day after the Peak so that allowing for the possibility of ovum survival for 24 hours, a count of 3 days after the Peak symptom had to be applied to be sure that by the beginning of the fourth day after the Peak every woman had ovulated and the egg had disintegrated. So the earlier allowance made for the avoidance of intercourse on 3 days following the end of the mucus pattern was now more precisely translated to a count of 3 days to allow for the disintegration of the ovum following the Peak of the mucus symptom.

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