Everything Conceivable (Google eブックス)
Random House LLC, 2007/04/24 - 406 ページ
Award-winning journalist Liza Mundy captures the human narratives, as well as the science, behind the controversial, multibillion-dollar fertility industry, and examines how this huge social experiment is transforming our most basic relationships and even our destiny as a species.
Skyrocketing infertility rates and dizzying technological advances are revolutionizing American families and changing the way we think about parenthood, childbirth, and life itself. Using in-depth reporting and riveting anecdotal material from doctors, families, surrogates, sperm and egg donors, infertile men and women, single and gay and lesbian parents, and children conceived through technology, Mundy explores the impact of assisted reproduction on individuals as well as the ethical issues raised and the potentially vast social consequences. The unforgettable personal stories in Everything Conceivable run the gamut from joyous to tragic; all of them raise questions we dare not ignore.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
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Review: Everything Conceivable: How the Science of Assisted Reproduction Is Changing Our Worldユーザー レビュー - Lisa - Goodreads
This is an excellent book. It is written in an easy to read, gripping way that presents complicated medical information in an easy to understand way without oversimplifying. The author takes ... レビュー全文を読む
Review: Everything Conceivable: How the Science of Assisted Reproduction Is Changing Our Worldユーザー レビュー - Chase - Goodreads
A must-read, especially for ALL women (and men) of reproductive age! I wish doctors of fertility clinics would make it required reading for their patients. This book reveals some shocking, fascinating ... レビュー全文を読む
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