Understanding Infertility

It’s time to start a new category: “Stuff I find interesting” on the web. Part of the reason for this is to expand the variety of topics I explore on this blog. To kick it off, here’s a podcast from WHYY on “Understanding Infertility.” The intro says:

“… Over the past century, reproductive medicine has grown rapidly as a field, from experimenting with artificial insemination to in vitro fertilization. On this episode, we look at fertility (and infertility), and what we have learned about assisting nature. … Richard Sharpe from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland explains the challenges surrounding male infertility, and why we know so little about this issue. …”

Click on the image above to listen to the podcast. Or else use the embedded player below the fold.

I’d like to know what you thought of this podcast. Please feel free to leave a comment. Thanks.

Author: Atanu Dey


2 thoughts on “Understanding Infertility”

  1. Some interesting cases of progeny
    1)Buddha the prince had 3 wives. … {Editor: Rest of the comment redacted.}

    2)It’s widely circulated in india that Bollywood star Amitabh Bachchan … {Editor: Rest of the comment redacted.}

    3)China’s 1st emperor Ying Zheng was not of royal blood. … {Editor: Rest of the comment redacted.}

    4)Zhou En-lai,the former chinese primier and a much revered figure in China,was childless … {Editor: Rest of the comment redacted.}


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