Chapter 4 Local babies, Global Science

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1. Dalia and Galal could be considered stuck in the middle of two worlds. One of the god fearing Egyptian Muslims and those who are less influenced by religion and that of western culture.

2. Religion such as both Islam and Coptic Christianity were two strong parties on fundamental areas of constraint on the practice and use of new reproductive technologies.

3. Religion in Egypt has served to reduce both the number of technological options available to infertile Egyptian couples and to the number of infertile Egyptian couples willing to use the available reproductive technologies for fear of their moral ramifications.

4. Although abortion is officially criminalized within the civil legal code in the country of Egypt. it is still widely and covertly practiced by both Muslim doctors and their women patients.

5. Chapter 5 Local babies, Global Science

5.1. One character that stands out among the est is Dr. Mohamed Yehia who is well known at the time for his many cases were he has helped infertile couples to have a child.

5.2. IVF/ICSI patients appempt to evaluate their doctors character in moch of their appointments and to Dr. Yehia's sake he was well known for also passing such test.

5.3. Dr. Yehia was representing the new face of reproductive medicine in Egypt. Who was a western trained sub specialist who has drawn upon his substantial reservoirs of both technical and interpersonal competence to quickly build up a successful IVF practice.

5.4. A new problem also began to emerge and that was of ne IBF centers with a high rate of low quality service.

5.5. Due to the raise of competition for new patients is growing stronger more people want in on the new money maker.

5.6. Third world private health care proviso including poor quality of services, over reliance on and over promotion of high technology interventions, lack of formal regulation and the lack of monitoring clinics, as well as unethical behavior in such center have surfaced all over Egypt.

5.7. This also eluded to a dishonest inflation of success rates, crass demands for money as well as authoritative styles of patient care too had began to occur.

5.8. The six new more commonly placed industry wide problems that have now occurred in Egypt's reproductive medical field were that of clinic maldistribution, dependency upon western experts and materials, costs and shortages of equipment and supplies, problems of local infrastructure, local shortages of qualified staff and lab personal, as well as a lack of a nationwide regulatory system to monitor clinic operations and coordinate data collection.

6. Religion effected both the doctors as well as the patients who were involved in test tube baby making.

7. Such guidelines are usually presented among Muslim physicians and patients participating in medically assisted conception.

8. Some of those guidelines would be Artificial insemination is a allowed with that sperm of the male in the relationship. No third party should interlude should come into play, especially in Sunni Islam and surrogacy's are forbidden for example.

9. It is also interesting to note that in roman catholic countries the practicing of IVF and other new reproductive technologies are prohibited.

10. Most people regardless of social status and belief think that if god had not given them the gift of fertilization that they are not to go against gods will.

11. Egyptian IVF patients are continuously exposed to the latest practices of assisted conception in the west and are in an excellent position to contrast their local moral worlds with the global scene.