Preconceptional sex selection.

  • Jim Hewitt
  • Published 1987 in British journal of hospital medicine

Abstract

The desire to control the sex of our offspring prior to conception has been present throughout man's history. In recent years the application of a more scientific approach to the problem has resulted in techniques capable of providing interested couples with an 80% chance of having either a boy or a girl according to their wishes. The medical, ethical… (More)

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