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Four of those six (66 percent) had children of the sex they desired. If there had
been a larger sample of truly motivated women, we believe the results would
have been much better. Even here, however, that 66 percent success rate cannot
Some practitioners of sperm separation speak of an 80-percent success rate.
This is misleading for a number of reasons. To illustrate, let's look at a sample of
ninety-nine women who want sons by this method. It is likely, based upon actual
Will there be a 100 percent effective method soon?" Sex selection in the near
future, say the next ten years, will probably be much as it is now. Better methods
of separating the two types of sperm may enable doctors to improve on current ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ladytaluka - LibraryThing
I read this whole book from cover to cover. That being said, I thought a lot of it was a waste of my time. The author kept saying why his method was better than the other methods out there for sex ... Read full review
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