Reproductive Decision Making and Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (Copyright © Tuberous Sclerosis Alliance)
Publication Year: 2006
Type: Online publication
This publication explains the risks of passing on the gene for tuberous sclerosis, and how you can work with your doctor to stay healthy during and after pregnancy. It also discusses alternative ways of starting a family, such as adoption, surrogacy, and egg and/or sperm donation.
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