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WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., Nov. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The March of Dimes is calling for a nationwide effort to reduce U.S. preterm births to 5.5 percent of all live births by 2030.
Committing to a consistent, clinical program in elective single embryo transfer (eSET), physicians and embryologists at Pacific Fertility Center (PFC) have achieved high pregnancy rates without
Multiple births linked to fertility drugs: the latest report. Memphis, TN (PRWEB) December 31, 2013 Over the past four decades, it has been well documented
A team of German scientists has developed a sperm-based system that could aid in fertilization and drug delivery, according to a new study published in the journal Advanced Materials.
Fertility technology in the United States has a huge influence on the frequency of twins, triplets, and other multiple births.
Research from Belgium has shown that if governments legislate to restrict the numbers of embryos transferred during fertility treatment, but combine it with a policy of reimbursing six cycles of assisted reproduction technology (ART), there is no detrimental impact on pregnancy and delivery rates.
In a brief video, Philip Chenette, MD, board certified reproductive endocrinologist at Pacific Fertility Center (PFC), describes how comprehensive chromosome screening (CCS) is changing the experience
A new study in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology has found US pregnancies that end in the delivery of twins cost about five-fold more than singleton pregnancies, and the delivery of triplets or more cost nearly 20 times as much as singletons.
The US was given an average score of ‘C’ in the new March of Dimes 2013 Premature Birth Report Card, meeting the organization’s target of 9.6 percent and hitting a 15-year low.
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