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noun best technical knowledge, latest scientific knowledge, scientific advancement, state of the art, state of the industry, updated scientific knowledge Generally: application, development, latest products, moddrn science, science
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International Committee for Monitoring Assisted Reproductive Technology, Adamson GD, de Mouzon J, Lancaster P, Nygren KG, Sullivan E, et al.
Heterotopic pregnancy is a rare occurrence; however, with the use of assisted reproductive technology, the incidence is increasing.
Low and very low birth weight in infants conceived with use of assisted reproductive technology, New England Journal of Medicine, 2002, 346(10): 731-737.
As courts continue to grapple with the mind-numbing ethical and legal questions of twenty-first century dilemmas inherent in assisted reproductive technology, Justice Cardozo's prophetic wisdom, reduced to paper over seventy-five years ago, once again gleams in the darkness.
Advocates of assisted reproductive technology concede these points.
The Competitive Intelligence Report FSH, hCG and LH: Therapeutic Proteins for Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) as of January 2011 provides a competitor analysis in the development pipeline of novel recombinant, transgenic and oral FSH, hCG and LH receptor agonists for treatment of infertility.
Kingdom Hospital s Center for Assisted Reproductive Technology provides a comprehensive range of safe and effective treatment modalities for couples struggling with infertility.
Cumulative birth rates with linked assisted reproductive technology cycles.
For parents considering in vitro fertilization or other forms of assisted reproductive technology, it is important that they understand and discuss with their doctor the potential risks of the procedure before making a decision," said Kelley-Quon.
The Bill stipulates informed consent from couples -- married or unmarried -- before they opt for assisted reproductive technology.
BOSTON -- More health plans might be willing to cover more infertility services if there were limits on the number of embryos transferred during assisted reproductive technology procedures, according to Dr.
And the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology, an organization affiliated with ASRM, warned that some clinics may lure patients with false advertising and require expensive and unnecessary tests before allowing people to enroll in their programs, the group warned.

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