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CRB Abstract:
Elective Single Embryo Transfer (E-Set) Reduces Multiple Pregnancies With Increased Implantation Rates Without Reducing Live Birth Rates in Good Prognosis Patients

Background and Significance
The United States of America falls behind parts of the world such as, Europe and Australia, when it comes to taking steps to reduce the incidence of multiple pregnancies associated with assisted reproductive treatment (ART).The most common reason given for this is the high patient costs of ART per cycle in the USA. It is widely held that e-SET cycles will not hold the same chance for live birth as multiple…

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