Experiencing male infertility: A review of the qualitative research literature

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Hanna, E; Gough, B;
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This article examines the qualitative research literature that exists in relation to men’s experiences of male infertility. Since men have often been marginalized in the realm of reproduction, including academic research on infertility, it is important to focus on any q... View more
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