Ectopic pregnancy: why do embryos get lost along the way?

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VOLUME 114, ISSUE 6, P1165

Authors:

Robert T. Rydze, M.D., Kate Schoyer, M.D., Shunping Wang, Ph.D.

Abstract:

Reflections on "Ovarian stimulation increases the risk of ectopic pregnancy for fresh embryo transfers: an analysis of 68,851 clinical pregnancies from the Japanese Assisted Reproductive Technology registry" by Jwa et al. 

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