Assisted reproduction

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  • Assisted Reproduction

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    Assisted Reproduction Infertility affects about 13 to 14% of reproductive couples. It is the failure to conceive after a year of properly timed and unprotected intercourse. Assisted Reproductive Technology involves several types of medical treatments that are designed to result in pregnancy. Types of assisted reproductive technology include in-vitro fertilization (IVF), gamete intrafallopian transfer (GIFT), zygote intrafallopian transfer (ZIFT), egg or embryo donation, and gestational carriers

  • Method Of Assisted Reproduction

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    The method of assisted reproduction that I chose is artificial insemination, the definition of artificial insemination is the injection of semen into the vagina or uterus other than by sexual intercourse. There can be various legal or ethical issues surrounding this form of assisted reproduction but as I read over some of the potential cases I thought of one thing: An argument against of single women is the welfare of the child, who has the right to fit into a family relationship (with a mother

  • Essay on Technology Assisted Reproduction

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    Technology Assisted Reproduction Introduction Reproduction is fundamental for the perpetuation of a species and therefore is a trait all species possess. Human reproduction is usually not viewed in this context. Extinction of humans is not considered a threat, but the ability to reproduce is an issue of meeting social expectations. Psychologist Dr. Helen Fisher states that society tends to pressure women into feeling that motherhood is their sole connection to being female (Rutter, 1996)

  • Assisted Reproduction Technologies Pros And Cons

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    As the years, have progressed, the sensation for science has increased, as well as the aspiration for technology. Because of this, many new ideas and innovation have been brought to us, such as the development of ART, Assisted Reproductive Technology. The use of Assisted Reproductive Technologies has been brought to allow pregnancies to be effectuated when the natural way is not option. The interest for unnatural pregnancy began in the early 1800s when John Hunter, a Scottish surgeon inseminated

  • Gestational Surrogacy: Assisted Reproduction

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    Introduction Surrogacy is a method of assisted reproduction that helps intended parents start families (La Jolla 2012). While there are two forms, traditional and gestational, gestational surrogacy is the most widely used today. The reason for this is because it allows for both intended parents to have a genetic tie to their child. Whereas in traditional, only the intended father had the genetic tie. While both processes are extremely pricy, costing at least $100,000 in the United States, gestational

  • Assisted Reproductive Technology And It's Arguments Against Reproduction

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    expectations. Men sometimes feel pressure to "plant the seed" and women feel that motherhood is the sole aspect of "femininity", while others believe that it is just a matter of humanity and the biological need to control nature (Hansen). The topic of reproduction is evidently a very important topic among married couples, but what happens when one or both can’t reproduce? Some people want to have a baby so desperately that they consult fertility and reproductive health professionals

  • Animal Cloning : A Major Form Of Assisted Animal Reproduction

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    Animal cloning has recently become a major form of assisted animal reproduction. Cloning is used on farms to reproduce the healthiest animals in an effort to increase production of healthy foods. In 1986, Steen Malte Willadsen was the first to publish details about the first mammal born through nuclear transfer cloning. Scientists support this because they believe that the use of cloning is evolutionary and is leaving a positive impact on the world. Although discoveries are still being made with

  • Assisted Reproduction - 1

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    selective abortions for those diseases. A second set of objections arises from the fact of selection itself, and the risks of greatly expanded future selection of embryos and children. Dr Leon Kass has articulated this view and has argued that human reproduction is a ‘gift’ and

  • Assisted Reproduction Research Paper

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    Assisted reproductive technologies is “any fertilization consisting of tampering with of gametes/ embryos outside the female body and then putting the gametes/embryos into the female body.” (Donchin 11) These procedures offers a way for several of families who have spent countless time attempting to have a child of their own, but have drained all other possibilities, to do so. The new advancement in reproductive technologies give significant aid to couples who are unable to reproduce, and make many

  • The Pros And Cons Of Assisted Reproduction Technology

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    difficulties in achieving their social security, social power, and social perpetuity desires (inhorn, 1996)” (25). Therefore, if an Egyptian couple has difficulty conceiving they turn to ARTs. Without doubt the Islamic religion creates guidelines for Assisted Reproduction Technology, but the idea is not completely condemned within the rules of Islam. Most couples who have difficulty conceiving turn to ARTs within the guidelines of Islam. ARTs is greatly excepted and practiced in the Islamic