Attitudes Towards Reproduction in Latin America. Teachings From the Use of Modern Reproductive Technologies
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Zegers-Hochschild, Fernando (2011-10)Societies in Latin America are not scientifically driven and therefore, the allocation of human and economic resources to research is meager, as a reflection of this as well as other cultural and economic realities.
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