Infertility in the developing world: The combined role for feminists and disability rights proponents

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Many of the millions of women in the developed world who experience infertility have difficulty coping with its psychological and social consequences, as well as attaining a resolution to these potentially devastating effects. Nevertheless, these women enjoy a relative benefit vis-à-vis infertile women in the developing world insofar as they live in a society that does not force them out of their own houses, curse at them in the streets, or condemn them to a life of poverty and destitution due to their infertility. For example, a woman in the United States with a history of anovulation may not only be able to both seek compassionate and competent medical care for her infertility, but may also find emotional and ..
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