Setting the stage for novel public policy and fiscal impact studies regarding the impact of IVF

February 1, 2010

Effective health policy requires a thorough understanding of intrinsic social, ethical, political and philosophical aspects of infertility and its treatment. The procedure with the highest success rate to address the clinical challenge of infertility for many patients is a relatively high-technology procedure, in vitro fertilisation (IVF).

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Effective health policy requires a thorough understanding of intrinsic social, ethical, political and philosophical aspects of infertility and its treatment. The procedure with the highest success rate to address the clinical challenge of infertility for many patients is a relatively high-technology procedure, in vitro fertilisation (IVF).

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Journal of Experimental & Clinical Assisted Reproduction (JECAR) Vol 7 (2010):1Published by The Sims Institute Press Ltd Dublin & New York 2010

JECAR (ISSN 1743-1050) is an independent peer-review, Open Access journal dedicated to research in reproductive endocrinology, infertility, bioethics and the advanced reproductive technologies. JECAR accepts selected papers in human reproductive medicine for publication, which become available for full-text download at no charge to readers. All JECAR content is accessioned by the U.S.National Library of Medicine (NLM/PubMed) upon publication and is permanently archived in PubMed Central.

Editors-in-Chief:


•Prof. Gianpiero D.Palermo MD PhD (Cornell University, USA)


•Eric Scott Sills MD FACOG FACS (Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland)

Major underwriting for the Journal of Experimental & Clinical Assisted Reproduction (JECAR) is made possible by the generous support of benefactors committed to global medical education and The Sims Institute Press Ltd.

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