The Medicalization of "Nature" in the "Artificial Body": Surrogate Motherhood in Israel
Medical Anthropology Quarterly 2003 March; 17(1): 78-98
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Pregnancy as a proclamation of faith: Ultra-Orthodox Jewish women navigating the uncertainty of pregnancy and prenatal diagnosis. Teman, Elly; Ivry, Tsipy; Bernhardt, Barbara A. (2011-01)Research has suggested that religion and spirituality may inform individuals' interpretation of and responses to uncertainty during pregnancy including the possibility of genetic disorders. In this study, 25 qualitative ...