The Role of Patients' Organizations in Cross-Border Reproductive Care
Fertility and sterility 2010 Jun ; 94(1): e23-4
This article provides an overview of cross-border reproductive care from a patient perspective. It outlines motives for seeking reproductive care outside patients' home countries or in other jurisdictions of their home country, describes the role of patients' organizations in general, and concludes by indicating potentials for collaboration between professionals' and patients' organizations.
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