Infertility clinic success rates published

April 1992
HealthFacts;Apr92, Vol. 17 Issue 155, p1
Reports that a registry for the nation's infertility clinics has been established to provide couples with per-clinic success rates for the most common procedures. Low chances of achieving a full-term pregnancy; Cost range; Annual publication of the book by the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technologies (SART); The American Fertility Society; Ordering information; More.


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