Recurrent implantation failure: current update and clinical approach to an ongoing challenge

Understanding the mechanisms involved in implantation may improve the outcome of patients with RIF.

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Neri Laufer, M.D., Alex Simon, M.D.

Vol 97, Issue 5 , Pages 1019-1020


A better understanding of the mechanisms responsible for implantation may improve our ability to treat RIF and improve IVF results in general. This issue's Views and Reviews aims to summarize the current knowledge on mechanisms involved in recurrent implantation failure and presents a clinical approach and potential treatments to overcome the problem.

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