Asian immigrants to the United States are less likely to donate cryopreserved embryos for research use.
Johnstone, Erica B
Sohn, Sae H
Huddleston, Heather G
Fujimoto, Victor Y
Fertility and sterility 2011 Apr; 95(5): 1672-6
To determine whether there are ethnic differences in the proportion of IVF patients donating excess cryopreserved embryos for use in research.
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