In vitro maturation: a committee opinion

In vitro maturation should be performed only as an experimental procedure for carefully selected patients evaluating both efficacy and safety.

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The Practice Committees of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine and the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology

Volume 99, Issue 3, Pages 663-666, 1 March 2013

Abstract

The initial results of in vitro maturation suggest the potential for clinical application. However, at this time in vitro maturation should be performed only as an experimental procedure evaluating both efficacy and safety in carefully selected patients.

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