Biomedical infertility care in sub-Saharan Africa: a social science review of current practices, experiences and view points

@inproceedings{Gerrits2010BiomedicalIC,
  title={Biomedical infertility care in sub-Saharan Africa: a social science review of current practices, experiences and view points},
  author={Trudie Gerrits and Massengill Shaw},
  booktitle={Facts, views & vision in ObGyn},
  year={2010}
}
Some sort of infertility treatments, including the use of advanced reproductive technologies (ARTs), is nowadays provided at several places in sub-Saharan Africa. Yet, to date only a few studies have actually looked into the way these treatments are offered, used and experienced. In this review article the authors present and discuss empirical study findings that give insight into the way biomedical infertility care is provided, considered, experienced and/or used in sub-Saharan African… CONTINUE READING
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