Published in Women's Health Weekly, January 5th, 1998
The CDC said the "take-home baby rate" was 19.6 percent in 1995, based on data from 281 fertility clinics across the country.
The survey reviewed 59,142 procedures at clinics that involved the handling of eggs and sperm to achieve a pregnancy. In vitro fertilization (IVF, or test-tube conception), in which a woman's own eggs were retrieved from the ovaries, put into a dish with sperm, and then replaced, accounted for 70...
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