By: Peter T Ellison
358 pages, B/w plates, illus
Ranging from the latest acheivements of modern fertility clinics to the lives of subsistence farmers in the rain forests of Africa, this book offers both a remarkably broad and a minutely detailed exploration of human reproduction.
A splendid synthesis by one of the pioneers in the study of the evolution of the human reproductive system. Ellison provides a readable, marvelously informative account of the physiology of reproduction as it relates to women's lives. - Sara Blaffer Hrdy, author of Mother Nature"
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