Thirty-five years of assisted reproductive technologies in Israel

@inproceedings{BirenbaumCarmeli2016ThirtyfiveYO,
  title={Thirty-five years of assisted reproductive technologies in Israel},
  author={Daphna Birenbaum-Carmeli},
  booktitle={Reproductive biomedicine & society online},
  year={2016}
}
Israel is known as a pronatalist country. Whether due to the Biblical commandment to 'be fruitful and multiply' or the traumas of the Holocaust and perennial wars, reproduction is a central life goal for most Israelis. Israeli women bear substantially more children than their counterparts in industrialized countries and view child-rearing as a key life accomplishment. These personal world-view and real-life individual quests take place in a context of equally pronatalist state policies and… CONTINUE READING
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