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Resource ID: #21509
Subject: Medicine
Source: Self (New York, NY)
Affiliation: 
Date: January, 2004

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The FDA recently outlawed some of the procedures that fall under the umbrella of Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART). But, just because they're not legal in the United States does not mean that desperate American women won't go through a lot of effort to try these controversial procedures. This article talks about the extremes women go through to try and become pregnant, and how their present choices (traveling overseas and going to unsafe clinics) are worse than the options they used to have, when the procedures were allowed in the U.S.

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