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Women are giving up on in vitro fertilization too soon, study says

According to a report recently released by the Journal of the American Medical Association, researchers found that women could keep increasing their chances of having a live birth through up to nine IVF cycles. Researchers defined an IVF cycle more expansively than experts have done in the past. Instead of considering each attempt to transfer one or more embryos into the womb as an individual cycle, the authors of the JAMA study counted each attempt to stimulate the ovaries and retrieve eggs as the beginning of a new cycle. That means each cycle may include multiple attempts to transfer embryos.

The complete research findings can be seen in the Los Angeles Times article written by Karen Kaplan by following this link:  "Women are Giving Up on In Vitro Fertilization too Soon".

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