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Gestational carrier use in assisted reproductive technology: what can it tell us about the uterine role in infertility?

Gestational carrier use in assisted reproductive technology: what can it tell us about the uterine role in infertility?
In this issue, Dr. Gayathree Murugappan and colleagues (1) provide a detailed analysis of 10 years of Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) data on gestational carrier and nongestational carrier (autologous uterus) assisted reproductive technology (ART) cycle outcomes. Over the 10 years, SART reported 1,337,721 cycles that met their inclusion criteria, of which 24,269 (1.81%) used a gestational carrier’s uterus. In brief, the authors found that use of a gestational carrier uterus during ART cycles resulted in statistically significantly better implantation, clinical pregnancy, and live-birth rates as compared with the use of an autologous uterus.
Source: fertstert.org

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