The future of birth

Cowley, Geoffrey; Springen, Karen
September 1995
Bulletin with Newsweek;9/5/95, Vol. 116 Issue 5986, p64
Focuses on the challenges posed by advances in human reproductive medicine in the United States. High failure rates of procedure; Difficulty in freezing and preserving human egg cells; Improvements in the technique of cryopreservation.


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