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Reassuring Evidence on the Outcome of Children Born after Embryo Freezing
A new study, published online in Human Reproduction, provides reassuring evidence on the outcome of children born after embryos were frozen and stored, before being thawed and transferred to the womb . The results are good news as an increasing number of children, estimated to be 25% of assisted reproductive technology (ART) babies worldwide, are now born after freezing or vitrification (a process similar to freezing that prevents the formation of ice crystals).
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