Women's egg freezing gets boost


EGG freezing looks increasingly promising as an insurance policy for women who need or want to delay having children, according to the first systematic monitoring of success rates for IVF using eggs that were frozen then thawed out. The results come from the first year of the Human Oocyte Preservation Experience (HOPE) Registry, which is analysing the results of thawed-egg IVF over five years. “This is the first registry to collect results in a standardised way, rather than sporadic reports of single cases,” says Zsolt Peter Nagy of Reproductive Biology Associates in Atlanta,
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