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  • More IVF babies born after egg collection in summer rather than in autumn

    The time of year when eggs are collected from women's ovaries during fertility treatment makes a difference to live birth rates, according to new research. Researchers have found that transferring frozen then thawed embryos to women's wombs from eggs collected in the summer resulted in a 30% higher likelihood of babies born alive, than if the eggs had been retrieved in the autumn.

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  • Disparities seen in geographic access to fertility preservation

    More than 3 million reproductive-age females lack geographic access to centers capable of offering fertility preservation (FP) services, according to a study published online Aug. 10 in JAMA Oncology.

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7900 Fannin Street,
Suite 1490,
(Woman’s Hospital campus)
Houston, TX 77054

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