Decisional Conflict and the Disposition of Frozen Embryos: Implications for Informed Consent
Lyerly, A D
Human reproduction (Oxford, England) 2011 Mar; 26(3): 646-54
Fertility patients often struggle with decisions about disposition of embryos remaining after fertility treatment. We aimed to identify predictors and correlates of decisional conflict among patients facing these decisions.
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Fertility Patients' Views About Frozen Embryo Disposition: Results of a Multi-Institutional U.S. Survey Lyerly, Anne Drapkin; Steinhauser, Karen; Voils, Corrine; Namey, Emily; Alexander, Carolyn; Bankowski, Brandon; Cook-Deegan, Robert; Dodson, William C; Gates, Elena; Jungheim, Emily S; McGovern, Peter G; Myers, Evan R; Osborn, Barbara; Schlaff, William; Sugarman, Jeremy; Tulsky, James A; Walmer, David; Faden, Ruth R; Wallach, Edward (2010-02)OBJECTIVE: To describe fertility patients' preferences for disposition of cryopreserved embryos and determine factors important to these preferences. DESIGN: Cross-sectional survey conducted between June 2006 and July 2007. ...
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