The issue of sex selection by using preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) for non-medical reasons has been the subject of heated debate. Although the ethical arguments regarding this subject are complex, we would like to extend and express some views based on practical experience, with a special focus on individual needs in developing countries, taking into consideration: social, cultural, religious, financial and scientific aspects.
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