Foundations and Principles of Human Reproduction
Perspectives in Biology and Medicine. 1995 Summer; 38(4): 640-658.
Abortion; Beginning of Life; Biomedical Research; Contraception; Cultural Pluralism; Developing Countries; Diagnosis; Drugs; Family Planning; Fetal Development; Health; Hormones; International Aspects; Investigators; Life; Methods; Obligations to Society; Physicians; Preimplantation Diagnosis; Regulation; Reproduction; Research; Risks and Benefits; Science; Women's Health;
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