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Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) where sperm is manually injected into the egg cell. This procedure is predominantly used to overcome male infertility.

Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) where sperm is manually injected into the egg cell. This procedure is predominantly used to overcome male infertility.
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Anika König

News vom 24.01.2017

Gestational surrogacy is a reproductive technology where embryos are produced ‘in-vitro’ in a laboratory and subsequently implanted into the uterus of a woman – the gestational surrogate or surrogate mother – who has agreed to carry the child to term and hand it over to the commissioning ‘intended parents’ after its birth. This is in contrast to so-called ‘traditional surrogacy’ which does not necessarily require the use of reproductive technologies because it uses the surrogate’s own egg cells that are fertilized through sexual intercourse or medically performed insemination. [mehr]

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