Public reporting of assisted reproductive technology cycle outcomes is not simple

Reflections on “Reporting in vitro fertilization cycles to Society for Assisted Reproductive Technologies (SART) database: where have all the cycles gone?” by Kulak et al.

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Kevin J. Doody, M.D.

Volume 105, Issue 4, Pages 893-894

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Reflections on “Reporting in vitro fertilization cycles to Society for Assisted Reproductive Technologies (SART) database: where have all the cycles gone?” by Kulak et al.

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