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Elective Single Embryo Transfer in IVF: 13 Year Data From Sweden – reporting from European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology 23rd Annual Meeting, Lyon, July 1-4, 2007

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Elective Single Embryo Transfer in IVF: 13 Year Data From Sweden - reporting from European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology 23rd Annual Meeting, Lyon, July 1-4, 2007
Elective Single Embryo Transfer in IVF: 13 Year Data From Sweden - reporting from European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology 23rd Annual Meeting, Lyon, July 1-4, 2007
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Per-Olof Karlström
Per-Olof Karlström
Richard Kennedy
Richard Kennedy

REFERENCE: ABSTRACT Oral 005, ESHRE Annual Meeting Lyon July 1-4, 2007
PER-OLOF KARLSTRÖM, Academic Hospital Uppsala
COMMENT: RICHARD KENNEDY, University Hospital, Coventry

Elective single embryo transfer, now the norm in Sweden for in-vitro fertilisation, has greatly reduced rates of multiple pregnancy and the risks that go with it. And there are other benefits, according to Per-Olof Karlström from Uppsala who talked with Peter Goodwin during the ESHRE conference on fertility held in Lyon.
The evidence from Sweden was put in perspective during the conference by Richard Kennedy from Coventry.

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