Published in Women's Health Weekly, May 1st, 1995
Compared to GIFT (Gamete Intrafallopian Transfer), this technique is more cost-effective and carries fewer risks, according to a study by Michael E. Toaff, M.D., and coauthor Anna Sarah Lev-Toaff, M.D.
"In recent years emerging assisted reproductive technologies such as GIFT have given new hope to infertile couples. However, the high cost of GIFT, $7,000-$10,000, and the need for surgery with general anesthesia for each cycle, limits its availability and acceptability to patients," said Dr....
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