Effect of Cryopreserved and Fresh Oocytes on Live Birth Rate

November 2013
Fertility Weekly;11/4/2013, p2
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the impact of cryopreserved and fresh oocytes on live birth rate in the U.S. Information on the use of oocyte cryopreservation (OC) is similar to vitro fertilization (IVF). It mentions that OC can affect the development of blastocyst. The meta-analysis is used to determine the function of OC.


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