Cryopreservation is a special freezing technique used to preserve embryos, eggs, and sperm for future use in an ART procedure.
Planning for the Future: Technology Advances Fertility Options
Politics and Women’s Fertility
Should More Young Women Consider Freezing Their Eggs?
When Conception Is Not Reality: 1 in 8 Couples Struggles to Get and Stay Pregnant
Whether a Cancer Patient Gets Counseling for Fertility Preservation Relates to her Race, Marital Status, Age, and Diagnosis
Lymphoma Treatment Harms Patients’ Sperm: Most Recover Within Two Years; Degree of Harm Depends on the Treatment
Author Interview with Diane Ehrensaft, Ph.D.
Single embryo transfer is routine in Nordic countries
Disposition of abandoned embryos
Disclosure of medical errors involving gametes and embryos
Fertility preservation and reproduction in cancer patients
Posthumous collection and use of reproductive tissue
Cryopreserved embryos in the United States and their availability for research
Age and Fertility (booklet)
Recommendations for gamete and embryo donation
Mature oocyte cryopreservation: a guideline
Breast cancer and fertility preservation
Elective single embryo transfer
Edad y Fertilidad (Age and Fertility)
Ovarian tissue cryopreservation
Recommended practices for the management of embryology, andrology, and endocrinology laboratories
Can I freeze my eggs to use later if I'm not sick?
¿Puedo congelar mis óvulos para usarlos más adelante si estoy saludable?
Fertility preservation reimbursement
Collection of Semen
Who Is To Report ART Cycles?
A Patient's Guide to Assisted Reproductive Technology
Q11: What are my options if I decide not to use my stored embryos?
Infertility treatments, including IVF and similar procedures, account for approx 0.07 percent of U.S. health care costs
Reproductive Aging in Women
Age and Fertility
11-2013 Case of the Month
SRBT Salary Survey
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