19 July, 2008 - This month Danish scientists reported results from a 10-year study that showed children born from previously frozen embryos that had been replaced in the womb had higher birth weight than those born when fresh embryos were used.
The mothers had longer pregnancies, and the children did not show increased risk for birth defects, according to Dr. Anja Pinborg of the Copenhagen University Hospital Rigshospitalet who presented the results at the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology annual conference in Barcelona July 8.
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