Thanks so much for your comments! The one non-selection study performed to date (Scott et al, Fertil Steril 2012;97:870) showed a false positive rate of about 10% (41% implantation rate in "eupl...
Richard J. PaulsonProfessor, University of Southern California
- University of Southern California
- United States of America
Thanks, Micah! It definitely adds information. Whether a lab adds that information may depend on whether it costs $1,000, $10,000 or $100,000.
In the field of clinical medicine, mathematical modeling will always be just an approximation. Your point is well taken, there are indeed other criteria that are being used to decide when to dis...