A procedure for the treatment of infertility is considered experimental until there is adequate scientific evidence of safety and efficacy from appropriately designed, peer-reviewed, published studies by different investigator groups.
California Considers Funding Controversial Research: Editing Genes in Human Embryos
Report: It's Ethical to Test Embryos From DNA of 3 People
ASRM Comments on Institute of Medicine’s Report on Mitochondrial Transfer Techniques
ASRM Comments on the Institute of Medicine’s Report on Mitochondrial Replacement Techniques
UK Scientists Gain Licence to Edit Genes in Human Embryos
Endometriosis May Infiltrate the Brain
Highlights from Fertility and Sterility: Washing Ovarian Follicles Effectively Removes Contaminating Malignant Cells
ASRM and ACOG Join to Provide Comments to IOM on Techniques for the Prevention of Maternal Transmission of Mitochondrial DNA Diseases
Reproductive Medical Group Joins in Call for Research, But No Clinical Use Yet, of Germ-line Gene Editing
Informed consent and the use of gametes and embryos for research
Definition of 'experimental procedures'
Mature oocyte cryopreservation: a guideline
Investigación sobre células madre (Stem cell research)
In vitro maturation: a committee opinon
Ovarian tissue cryopreservation
Female cancer, cryopreservation, and fertilty
Moving innovation to practice
Experimental in Nature
Coding for single-gene defects
Elective oocyte preservation
Q13. Should we have genetic testing?
SRBT Salary Survey
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