TEL AVIV, Israel — Jewish and Arab, straight and gay, secular and
religious, the patients who come to Assuta Hospital in Tel Aviv every
day are united by a single hope: that medical science will bring them a
Israel is the world capital of in vitro fertilization and the hospital,
which performs about 7,000 of the procedures each year, is one of the
busiest fertilization clinics in the world.
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