Sex selection does not change the balance of the sex ratio if ethical guidelines are followed.
London (PRWEB) October 24, 2013
Each year, more than 200 women travel to fertility institutes in New York and Los Angeles from countries where gender selection is banned, according to clinic director Dr. Jeffrey Steinberg. Dr. Alan Rose wrote his new book encompassing his experience after opening the first gender clinic in London.
Rose’s book “Sex and Alcohol in Retirement” is a biography of his journey after retirement, opening and running a gender clinic and explores his time as an expert witness in many drunk-driving cases.
“When I retired from the National Health Service at the age of 65 in 1990 I expected to have little professional work to do,” Rose said. “How different things turned out.”
Rose’s book describes his work running a clinic that allowed parents to choose the sex of their baby. It reveals the community and British Parliament’s negative reaction to his gender clinic’s opening.
“Sex selection does not change the balance of the sex ratio if ethical guidelines are followed,” Rose said.
“Sex and Alcohol in Retirement”
By Alan Rose
Retail price $16.20
Available in paperback and e-book.
About the author
Dr. Alan Rose is 88 years old and is currently suffering from severe Parkinson's disease. Rose is from London where he received degrees from Wadham College, Oxford in medicine and chemistry. He has been a life member of Royal Automobile Club and formerly a consultant chemical pathologist at St. Peters hospitals. He has written more than 200 original papers and in the last 10 years before retirement and traveled the world as an invited speaker at many conferences.
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