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03 June 2011

Twice-frozen embryos result in good pregnancy

Pregnancy and live-birth rates after transfer of twice-frozen embryos are equivalent to those with once-frozen embryos, researchers from Australia report.

Pregnancy and live-birth rates after transfer of twice-frozen embryos are equivalent to those with once-frozen embryos, researchers from Australia report.

Their results appear in the journal Fertility and Sterility.

 
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