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Assisted reproductive technology in Europe: usage and regulation in the context of cross-border reproductive care

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This chapter reviews assisted reproductive technologies (ART) usage and policies across European countries, and scrutinizes emerging issues related to cross-border reproductive care (or “reproductive tourism”). Although Europe is currently the largest market for ART, the extent of usage varies widely across countries, largely because of differences in the laws, the affordability, the types of reimbursement, and the norms surrounding childbearing and conception. Since 2009, the regulation of A...

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Oxford, SSD, Sociology

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Springer Publisher's website
Pages:
289-309
Series:
Demographic Research Monographs
Host title:
Childlessness in Europe: Contexts, Causes, and Consequences
Publication date:
2017-01-28
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pubs:672238
URN:
uri:0f6c56fe-4452-4446-bdcc-fc2cc31d1a59
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uuid:0f6c56fe-4452-4446-bdcc-fc2cc31d1a59
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pubs:672238
ISBN:
978-3-319-44665-3
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