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Doyle, N. et al. (2017) Association between the number of retrieved mature donor oocytes and live birth in IVF donor recipient cycles using frozen donor eggs.Fertility and Sterility, Volume 108, Issue 3, e228 - e229
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  Association between the number of retrieved mature donor oocytes and live birth in IVF donor recipient cycles using frozen donor eggs [2017 Abstract]
  Conclusions: This current analysis of IVF outcomes among recipients of vitrified donor oocytes demonstrates that live birth from fresh embryo transfer is not adversely affected by retrieval of more oocytes. Secondarily, there were more surplus embryos for cryopreservation with increasing numbers of retrieved oocytes, increasing the potential cumulative number of infants per retrieval. These findings must be considered in the context of achieving
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