Testing the water before swimming: satisfying the need for clinical trials of devices, media, and instruments before their use in assisted reproduction laboratories

We describe the scientific rigor required for the introduction of new devices and protocols in assisted reproductive technology.

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Nicolás Garrido, Ph.D., M.Sc., Antonio Pellicer, M.D., Craig Niederberger, M.D.

Vol 97, Issue 2 , Pages 245-246

Abstract

The authors describe the scientific rigor required for the introduction of new devices and protocols in assisted reproductive technology.

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