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Notice of redundant publication: Can the difference in medical fees for self and donor freeze-thaw embryo transfer cycle, be in fact a cover-up for the sale of donated human embryos?
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- Received: 30 July 2007
- Accepted: 03 August 2007
- Published: 03 August 2007
- Embryo Transfer
- Human Embryo
- Transfer Cycle
- Human Fertility
- Embryo Transfer Cycle
The letter in Developing World Bioethics  was first published online on 6th March 2006 and included in the April print edition; this article  has since been retracted. The commentary in this journal  was published on 29th March 2007. The letter in Human Fertility  was published in June 2007.
The author, Dr Heng, would like to apologise to the Editors and readers of Philosophy, Ethics and Humanities in Medicine, for failing to indicate the similarity of the article in this journal  to the others whilst it was under submission, and for the resulting redundant publications.
It is the journal and publisher's policy for notices of redundant publication to be authored by the author of the original article . On this occasion, the original author refused.
- Heng BC: Can the difference in medical fees for self and donor freeze-thaw embryo transfer cycle, be in fact a cover-up for the sale of donated human embryos?. Philosophy, Ethics, and Humanities in Medicine. 2007, 2: 3-10.1186/1747-5341-2-3.View ArticleGoogle Scholar
- Heng BC: 'Disparity in medical fees for donor and self freeze-thaw embryo transfer cycle – a covert form of embryo commercialization?'. Developing World Bioethics. 2007, 7: 49-10.1111/j.1471-8847.2006.00156.x.View ArticleGoogle Scholar
- Heng BC: Disparity in medical fees for the donor- and self-freeze/thaw embryo transfer cycle: opportunistic profiteering by medical professionals and health institutions?. Human Fertility. 2007, 10: 129-130. 10.1080/14647270600930332.View ArticleGoogle Scholar
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