Continued Infertility Treatments Drive Pregnancy Successes

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"This study provides patients with important and encouraging information," said Dr. Glenn Schattman, president of the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology, which compiled the patient data that Luke and her colleagues analyzed. "While tracking outcomes by cycle started or single embryo transfer is a valuable method for assessing quality, having cumulative data linked to individual patients better estimates the prospect for success when they start a treatment cycle."

"Having the data to demonstrate that medically assisted conception can nearly match rates of natural conception is an important milestone," said Dolores J. Lamb, president of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, which represents more than 8,000 health professionals focused on reproductive biology.

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