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To stim or not to stim: the risk profile of in vitro maturation

To stim or not to stim: the risk profile of in vitro maturation
In vitro maturation (IVM) is a process by which immature oocytes are extracted from the ovary, matured in the laboratory using specialized media, inseminated with sperm to make embryos, and then replaced in the uterus. While this technique has been around for more than 20 years, there are concerns about the safety of this technique for the offspring. Yu et al. (1) aimed to assess the safety of IVM by comparing obstetrical, neonatal, and early developmental outcomes of children conceived through IVM with those conceived through conventional IVF.
Source: fertstert.org

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