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    Involuntary childlessness: a neglected problem in poor-resource areas

    European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2008
    Schlagwörter: Reproductive technology, Reproductive Techniques, Assisted
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    Ethical issues of infertility treatment in developing countries

    European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2008
    Schlagwörter: Reproductive technology, Reproductive Techniques, Assisted
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    Affordable assisted reproductive technologies in developing countries: pros and cons

    European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2008
    Schlagwörter: Reproductive technology, Reproductive Techniques, Assisted
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    INVO: a simple, low cost effective assisted reproductive technology

    European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2008
    Schlagwörter: Reproductive technology, Reproductive Techniques, Assisted
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    Affordable ART services in Africa: synthesis and adaptation of laboratory services

    European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2008
    Schlagwörter: Reproductive technology, Reproductive Techniques, Assisted
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    False perceptions and common misunderstandings surrounding the subject of infertility in developing countries

    European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2008
    Schlagwörter: Reproductive technology, Reproductive Techniques, Assisted
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    African experience with training courses on sperm examination

    European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2008
    Schlagwörter: Reproductive technology, Reproductive Techniques, Assisted
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    Infertility-related reproductive health knowledge and help-seeking behaviour in African countries

    European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2008
    Schlagwörter: Reproductive technology, Reproductive Techniques, Assisted
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    Affordable ART and the Third World: difficulties to overcome

    European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2008
    Schlagwörter: Reproductive technology, Reproductive Techniques, Assisted
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    Assisted reproductive technologies: how to minimize the risks and complications in developing countries?

    European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2008
    Schlagwörter: Reproductive technology, Reproductive Techniques, Assisted
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    Documentation of infertility prevalence, treatment access and treatment outcomes in developing countries

    European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2008
    Schlagwörter: Reproductive technology, Reproductive Techniques, Assisted
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    Intrauterine insemination (IUI) as a first-line treatment in developing countries and methodological aspects that might influence IUI success

    European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2008
    Schlagwörter: Reproductive technology, Reproductive Techniques, Assisted
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    Is affordable and cost-effective assisted reproductive technology in low-income countries possible? What should we know to answer the question?

    European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2008
    Schlagwörter: Reproductive technology, Reproductive Techniques, Assisted
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    Modern endoscopic-based exploration of the female reproductive tract: a model for developing countries?

    European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2008
    Schlagwörter: Reproductive technology, Reproductive Techniques, Assisted
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    Infertility in African countries: challenges created by the HIV epidemic

    European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2008
    Schlagwörter: Reproductive technology, Reproductive Techniques, Assisted
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    Assisted reproductive technology in Latin America: an example of regional cooperation and development

    European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2008
    Schlagwörter: Reproductive technology, Reproductive Techniques, Assisted
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    Medical and socio-cultural aspects of infertility in the Middle East

    European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2008
    Schlagwörter: Reproductive technology, Reproductive Techniques, Assisted
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    Reproductive research in non-human primates at Institute of Primate Research in Nairobi, Kenya (WHO Collaborating Center): a platform for the development of clinical infertility services?

    European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2008
    Schlagwörter: Reproductive technology, Reproductive Techniques, Assisted
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    Infertility in developing countries: funding the project

    European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2008
    Schlagwörter: Reproductive technology, Reproductive Techniques, Assisted
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    Four years of IVF/ICSI experience in Kampala (Uganda)

    European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology | British Library Conference Proceedings | 2008
    Schlagwörter: Reproductive technology, Reproductive Techniques, Assisted

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