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Does slowfreezing still have a role in cryopreservation in assisted reproduction?

Posted by A/Prof David Edgar, Oct 14, 2015

Associated Professor David Edgar is the scientific director at Melbourne IVF in Australia, with extensive experience in the field of assisted reproduction. One of his focus areas is how to optimise the ability of embryos to survive cryopreservation. In this blog post he discusses the question about the role of slowfreezing in assisted reproduction.
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Topics: Slow freezing

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