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Long Term Safety of Assisted Reproduction




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ISBN 9780367511203
March 2, 2022 Forthcoming by CRC Press
216 Pages 10 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

A much needed overview of the available information now accumulating to indicate that Assisted Reproductive Technologies are generally safe for both babies and mothers. However, the literature abounds with reports of a higher risk of obstetrical and perinatal complications; regarding the long-term outcomes for both women and children, the data are still scarce. The chapters summarized in this book review the current knowledge on long-term safety of assisted reproduction and indicate the need for continued research to cover the lack of data in some specific patient groups and for recently developed treatments that only have a short period of follow-up.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments

List of Contributors

1 The Effect of Ovarian Stimulation on Short Term Maternal Outcomes
Carol Coughlan, Barbara Lawrenz, and Human Fatemi
2 Evidence of the long-term safety of ART and fertility drugs regarding cancer risk
Frida E Lundberg
3 Maternal and obstetrical outcomes after IVF indicated by a male factor
Begoña Prieto and Maria Diaz-Nuñez
4 The long-term outcomes of children conceived through ART
Kenny Rodriguez-Wallberg and Panagiotis Tsiartas
5 Maternal and obstetrical outcomes after transfer of cryopreserved embryos
Anne Lærke Spangmose, Anna-Karina Aaris Henningsen, and Anja Pinborg
6 Safety of Assisted Reproduction and fertility preservation in women with Turner Syndrome
Kenny A. Rodriguez-Wallberg
7 Maternal and obstetrical outcomes after oocyte cryopreservation
Alessandra Alteri and Valerio Pisaturo
8 Perinatal complications in pregnancies achieved using donor oocytes
Roberto Matorras, Héctor Sainz, and Ana Matorras
9 Obstetrical risks and pregnancy outcomes specific to patients with very advanced maternal age (over 45)
Filipa Rafael, Marta Carvalho, and Samuel Santos-Ribeiro
10 Obstetric, perinatal, and post-natal outcomes after PGT
Danilo Cimadomo, Letizia Papini, Nicoletta Barnocchi, Laura Rienzi, and Filippo Maria Ubaldi
11 Multiple birth outcomes: A minimizing strategy for elective single embryo transfer [eSET]
Zdravka Veleva
12 Obstetrical outcomes after cancer treatment with or without ART
Giulia Maria Cillo and Arianna D’Angelo
13 An overview of ART and the risks of childhood cancer
Julian Gardiner and Alastair Sutcliffe
14 Obstetrical and perinatal outcomes following gestational surrogacy
Marieke O. Verhoeven, Henrike E. Peters, and Cornelis B. Lambalk
15 Birth outcomes of children born after treatments still considered innovative: in vitro oocyte maturation (IVM)
Julie Labrosse, Daniela Nogueira, and Christophe Sifer
16 An overview on the clinical outcomes from ovarian tissue cryopreservation
Daniela Nogueira and Isabelle Demeestere
17 In Vitro embryo development: Implications for epigenetic regulation
Giovanni Coticchio and Andrea Borini
18 Psychosocial effects of undergoing ART
Sofia Gameiro and Bethan Rowbottom
19 Psychosocial Adjustment in Offspring Conceived through ART: Childhood, Adolescence and Young Adulthood
Catherine McMahon and Caitlin Macmillan
20 The Long-Term Safety of ART: Ethical Aspects
Lucy Frith, Heidi Mertes, and Nicola Jane Williams
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Editor(s)

Biography

Arianna D’Angelo, MD, Associate MRCOG is Consultant in Assisted Reproduction, Wales Fertility Institute, and Senior Clinical Lecturer in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK

Kenny A. Rodriguez-Wallberg MD, PhD is Professor and Clinical Head, Programme for Fertility Preservation, Department of Oncology-Pathology, Karolinska Institutet; Laboratory of Translational Fertility Preservation, BioClinicum; Head of the Subspecialist Training Program in Reproductive Medicine, Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden

Daniela Nogueira, PhD is Scientific Director, Groupe Inovie Fertilité, and Co-Head, Centre AMP de la Clinique Croix du Sud, Toulouse, France