Study shows low success rate of in vitro fertilization

10/25/2010 | Reuters

A study showed that only 31,437 of 110,000 egg cells fertilized with sperm during in vitro fertilization cycles resulted in viable embryos that could be used for implantation. Researchers also said that only 7.5% of all the fertilized eggs would result in an embryo that could be implanted in a woman's womb.

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