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Politics of Reproduction: Reproductive Technologies

This guide points to resources that address issues of reproduction.

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New Reproductive Technologies

  • "Assisted Reproductive Technology"
  • "In Vitro Fertilization"
  • "Intrauterine insemination"
  • "IVF policy"
  • "Assisted Reproductive Technology policy" 
  • "sex selection"

Books about reproductive technology

Reproductive Technologies

red and clear glass equipmentReproductive technologies are tools used to assist or deter human reproduction.  Some make pregnancy and fertility easier and are used when aspiring parents are unable to produce a child on their own. Some are used as contraception.
This term can encompass freezing sperm, In Vitro Fertilization, condoms, hormone treatment, and more. Check out one segment of reproductive technology, assisted reproductive technology, at the CDC website, and check out U.S. laws surrounding assisted reproductive technology at the American Bar website.
 

Movies about reproductive technologies

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