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Religion, Infertility and Infertility Treatment
Infertility is a common medical condition. An estimated 9% of women between the ages of 20 and 44 experience infertility, which equates to over 70 million women worldwide. However, infertility is more than a medical ...
A survey of UK fertility clinics' approach to surrogacy arrangements
This paper draws on the findings of the first survey of surrogacy arrangements in Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) licensed fertility clinics since 1998. Given the complex social, ethical and legal issues ...
Travelling abroad for fertility treatment: an exploratory study of UK residents seeking cross-border care
(Human Reproduction, 2010)
'What are you going to do, confiscate their passports?' Professional perspectives on cross-border reproductive travel
(Taylor and Francis, 2013)
Objective: This article reports findings from a UK-based study which explored the phenomenon of overseas travel for fertility treatment. The first phase of this project aimed to explore how infertility clinicians and others ...
Cross-border reproductive care: A review of the literature.
Crossing borders for fertility treatment: motivations, destinations and outcomes of UK fertility travellers.
(Oxford University Press, 2011)
Cross-border assisted reproduction: a qualitative account of UK travellers' experiences
(Taylor and Francis, 2016-05-04)
Surveys on patients’ experiences of cross-border fertility treatment have reported a range of positive and challenging features. However, the number of such studies is limited and there is no detailed qualitative account ...
Men, chronic illness and health work: accounts from male partners of women with endometriosis
Currently dominant in medical discourse, the concept of self‐management sees the responsibility for health and illness shift from the state to the individual. However, while this emphasis on individual responsibility and ...