What Is the Most Relevant Standard of Success in Assisted Reproduction? Is BESST (Birth Emphasizing a Successful Singleton at Term) Truly the Best?
Human Reproduction 2004 June; 19(6): 1239-1241
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What Is the Most Relevant Standard of Success in Assisted Reproduction? -- No Single Outcome Measure Is Satisfactory When Evaluating Success in Assisted Reproduction: Both Twin Births and Singleton Births Should Be Counted as Successes Dickey, Richard P.; Sartor, Belinda M.; Pyrzak, Roman (2004-04)
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