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Tackling issues in cross-border reproductive care

By Eric Blyth

Abstract

What we currently know about cross-border reproductive services derives primarily from anecdotal patient accounts shared on the internet and reports provided by journalists - often working 'undercover' and posing as patients. The nefarious character of some services under investigation, alleging illegal activities (1,2) and exploitation of young women as egg donors (3,4), mean that these are among the least likely to be amendable to systematic empirical research and verificatio

Topics: HQ, H1
Publisher: Progress Educational Trust
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:5739

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