Interaction of apolipoprotein E gene polymorphisms on miscarriage risk in black and white American women

Wednesday, June 1, 2016
We investigated a biracial cohort of women at the end of their reproductive life. Carrying the apolipoprotein E*2 allele was a risk factor for pregnancy loss only in white women.

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Validation of birth outcomes from the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology’s Clinic Outcome Reporting System SART CORS Population based analysis from the Massachusetts Outcome Study of Assisted Reproductive Technology MOSART

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Judy E. Stern, Ph.D., Daksha Gopal, M.P.H., Rebecca F.…

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Disparities in access to effective treatment for infertility in the United States An Ethics Committee opinion

Thursday, October 29, 2015
This opinion examines the factors that contribute to disparities in access to fertility care in the United States and proposes actions to address them.

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Racial differences in fibroid prevalence and ultrasound findings in asymptomatic young women 18 to 30 years old A pilot study

Friday, May 31, 2013
Racial differences in fibroid prevalence exist even in young asymptomatic women. Findings of thicker endometrium in black women warrant further investigation, given possible clinical implications.

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How and when human chorionic gonadotropin curves in women with an ectopic pregnancy mimic other outcomes Differences by race and ethnicity

Thursday, September 27, 2012
Ectopic pregnancy hCG curves mimic other outcomes in 27% of cases, and changes in the direction of the curve are associated with race and ethnicity.

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Race Matters: A Systematic Review of Racial/Ethnic Disparity in Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology Reported Outcomes

Thursday, June 7, 2012
Race/ethnicity is likely related to ART outcomes; however, race/ethnicity is indeterminate in >35% of SART-reported cycles. Racial/ethnic influences on ART outcomes would be better understood if race/ethnicity was universally reported.

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