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  1. Current Knowledge in Reproductive Medicine by Brazil) World Congress on Human Reproduction 1999 (Salvador, Elsimar M. Coutinho, et all 2000-09-01
  2. In Vitro Fertilization by Andrea Bonnicksen, 1989-10-15
  3. Beyond Second Opinions: Making Choices About Fertility Treatment by Judith Steinberg Turiel, 1998-06-29
  4. Biologic Markers in Reproductive Toxicology by Subcommittee on Reproductive and Neurodevelopmental Toxicology, Committee on Biologic Markers, et all 1989-01-01
  5. Not Yet Pregnant: Infertile Couples in Contemporary America by Larry L. Greil, 1991-08
  6. Gift Of A Child: A Guide to Donor Insemination by Robert Snowden, Elizabeth Snowden, 1993-01-01
  7. Childless Is Not Less by Vicky Love, 1984-09
  8. Never to Be a Mother: A Guide for All Women Who Didn'T, or Couldn'T, Have Children by Linda Hunt Anton, 1992-08
  9. Making Parents: The Ontological Choreography of Reproductive Technologies (Inside Technology) by Charis Thompson, 2007-03-30
  10. In Vitro Fertilization: The A.R.T. of Making Babies by Geoffrey Sher, Virginia Marriage Davis, et all 1995-08
  11. Women without Children: Nurturing Lives by Yvonne Vissing, 2002-04-02
  12. Gonadal Development and Function (Serono Symposia Publications from Raven Press)
  13. Maximize Your Vitality & Potency by Jonathan V. Wright, 1999-02-25
  14. An EMPTY LAP: One Couple's Journey to Parenthood by Jill Smolowe, 1997-11-01

81. Egg Donor, Egg Donation, Ovum Donor, Ovum Donation, Surrogacy Programs
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  • NOVA In Vitro Fertilization (Palo Alto) NOVA IVF is a state-of-the-art Advanced Reproductive Treatments Clinic specializing in In Vitro Fertilization, Egg Donation, ICSI and embryo freezing since 1987.

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83. Family And Consumer Science
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84. Family - Acapedia - Free Knowledge, For All
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85. Books / Science Nature / Medicine / Reproductive Sexual /
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86. National Survey Of Family Growth
Survey of family Growth (NSFG) is a periodic survey initiated to provide currentinformation on fertility and infertility, family planning, childbearing

87. Infertility
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88. Conquering Infertility Medical Challenges And Moral Dilemmas (
Conquering infertility Medical Challenges and MoralDilemmas (Changing family (New York, NY).).

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90. GlycoForum/GlycoScience/Science Of Hyaluronan
his Ph.D. degree (2001) in Medical science from Aichi of heavy chains, but no ITIfamily molecules. ITIdeficient mice exhibit severe female infertility due to
PDF Version(325K) Introduction SHAPs, the Heavy Chains of Inter- -Trypsin Inhibitor Formation of the SHAP-Hyaluronan Complex Biological Significance of the SHAP-Hyaluronan Complex in Reproduction SHAP-Hyaluronan Complex Formation and Inflammation Concluding Remarks Koji Kimata: A native of the Nagoya region in Japan, Dr. Kimata received his B.S. (1964) and Ph.D.(1975) in Chemistry from Nagoya University. He was appointed a research assistant in the Department of Chemistry there in 1967. In 1987, he joined the Institute for Molecular Science of Medicine, Aichi Medical University, as an Associate Professor. In 1991, he became a Professor and also Director of the Institute. Dr. Kimata has twice spent time in the United States at the National Institutes of Health (NIH): from 1978 to 1980, at the invitation of Dr. G. R. Martin, he was a Visiting Associate; in 1993-94, he was a Scholar-in-Residence. His current research is focused on the roles of the extracellular matrix, especially the physiological functions of proteoglycans. Lisheng Zhuo Introduction
Hyaluronan is a linear glycosaminoglycan that consists of repeating disaccharides of 1,4-glucuronic acid-

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95. Essays - Fertility Drugs And Their Consequences
that even if they wanted to, they couldn't abolish the existing clinics By 1995,9.3 million American women had sought help for infertility problems, and in
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96. : Infertility Attributed To Diaper Use
Researchers worry disposable diapers could lead to male infertility. (ArtToday), 25— Could diapers be causing a rash — of male infertility?
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