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Assissted conception

L Pilka, D Rumpík, R Pilka, M Koudelka, L Prudil
OBJECTIVE: This review summarizes opinions on surrogacy including internatinal and governmental organizations attitudes, as well as some religious concerns. DESIGN: Literature review. SETTING: Reprofit International, Brno, Reproductive medicine and gynecology centre, Zlin, Department of obstetrics and gynecology, Palacky University, Olomouc. BACKGROUND: The developments in the field of assissted reproduction during the last twenty years have attracted unexpected public interest in some of its ethical and moral aspects...
April 2009: Ceská Gynekologie
T Kitahara
The child with cerebral palsy becomes the adult with cerebral palsy. In Japan early detections and treatments of CP have enthusiastically brought into practice over the last twenty years. But cerebral palsy could not be cured. Children/adults with CP should be provided comprehensive treatments and cares so that they can perform their daily activities and fulfil their social roles expected during their lifetime. There are two concepts needed to provide comprehensive management of CP. The first is a medical model that assesses CP in the following manner: etiology-pathology-manifestation...
May 1998: No to Hattatsu. Brain and Development
R B Stuart, K Guire
Using a mail and in-class distributed survey, data were collected from 721 members of Weight Watchers classes some 15 months after they reached their goal weights. The group averaged 73.2 kg (162.1 lb) before losing 19.0 percent of their body weight to reach goal weights averaging 59.6 kg (131.2 lb) in an average of 31 weeks. Fifteen months after reaching goal, 24.6 percent were below goal, 28.9 were within 5 percent of their goal, 17.5 percent were from 6--10 percent above their goal and 28.9 percent were 11 percent or more above goal...
1978: International Journal of Obesity
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