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3.05 – 3.30pm

by Sam everingham


Posted on 2017-03-03 at 00:55:01


Embryo Transfer Decisions(Click to view)

Many intended parents want more than one child. Faced with high costs, many opt for multiple embryo transfer, thinking two for the price of one more financially affordable. US IVF expert and renowned physician Dr Kumar discusses the implications of multiple transfer, the risks of complications, very pre-term delivery, medical cost and insurance implications.

Dr Ashim Kumar, Western Fertility, California

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