First image in the Modern Plagues
Infertility is set to double
in Europe over the next decade.One in seven
couples now has trouble conceiving naturally, but Professor Bill Ledger from Sheffield University warned this could rise to one in three
"Young people of today will become tomorrow's patients in infertility clinics," said Ledger (quoted by BBC News).
According to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, infertility affects about 6.1 million
people in the U.S., equivalent to ten percent of the reproductive age population. (Wikipedia)All photography by me.
Model: Cindy M. Hing
Canon XTi + Canon EF 28-90 mm 1:4-5.6 III lens;
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