medically assisted procreation

medically assisted procreation

A generic term for any of a range of techniques that enable infertile couples to have a child.
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Contract notice: Drug supply for medically assisted procreation.
Orders and multi-year supply contract for the supply of drugs to medically assisted procreation.
At a press conference ahead of the parade, Nicolas Gougain, spokesman for the Inter-LGBT association, called the reform "a very important step that should lead to others" such as improved rights for transsexuals and medically assisted procreation to enable gay couples to have children.
In particular, the bill does not provide lesbian couples with equal access to medically assisted procreation, or MAP, which includes procedures such as artificial insemination.
Regulation to amend Health Insurance Act, supra note 4 modifies the Regulation respecting the application of the Health Insurance Act, c A-29, r 5, in section 22 by inserting "or is required for the purposes of medically assisted procreation in accordance with section 34.
com) is a leading life science company focused on the development and commercialization of innovative technologies in the field of medically assisted procreation.
Specialised in reproductive medicine, based in the Medically Assisted Procreation (MAP) Centre at the Clinique des Grangettes in Geneva and researcher into human embryo implantation, Dr.
Medically assisted procreation in Italy: the referendum and the Roman Catholic Church, Norman Doe, Javier Oliva and Cristiana Cianitto;
Two operating rooms and a laboratory for the service of Medically Assisted Procreation (LDCs) in six of the wing 500.
Law Reform Commission of Canada, Medically Assisted Procreation (Ottawa: Queen's Printer, 1992) at 82.
Contract notice: Communication campaign on gamete donation in the context of medically assisted procreation.