Biomedical infertility care in poor resource countries Barriers, Access and Ethics

  • Introduction

    T. GERRITS

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  • Global access to infertility care in developing countries: a case of human rights, equity and social justice

    W. OMBELET

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  • Ethical issues of infertility treatment in developing countries

    G. PENNINGS

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  • Infertility and Assisted Reproduction in the Muslim Middle East: Social, Religious, and Resource Considerations

    M. C. INHORN, Z. B. GÜRTIN

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  • Invisible women in Bangladesh: Stakeholders’ views on infertility services

    P. NAHAR

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  • The economic impact of infertility on women in developing countries – a systematic review

    S. J. DYER, M. PATEL

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  • “You need someone in a grand boubou” – barriers and means to access ARTs in West Africa

    V. HÖRBST

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  • Reviewing infertility care in Sudan; socio-cultural, policy and ethical barriers

    D. S. KHALIFA, M. A. AHMED

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  • The Growth of Biomedical Infertility Services in Vietnam: Access and Opportunities

    M. J. PASHIGIAN

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  • Barriers to access to infertility care and assisted reproductive technology within the public health sector in Brazil

    M. Y. MAKUCH, L. BAHAMONDES

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  • The dilemma of assisted reproduction in Iran

    S. TREMAYNE

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  • The double burden of HIV and infertility in Rwanda: what lessons can we learn for infertility care in sub-Saharan Africa?

    N. DHONT, R. BUSASA, A. GASARABWE

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  • Quest for conception in times of HIV/AIDS – (In)fertility care in Botswana

    A. BOCHOW

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  • Future Perspectives

    W. OMBELET, F. VAN BALEN

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