Still no strong evidence that adjunctive treatment with human growth hormone in IVF improves results

Posted by on July 4, 2016 2:11 pm
Categories: health

Despite its occasional use as an adjunct in IVF, human growth hormone appears of little benefit to women having difficulty conceiving. Indeed, in an Australian/New Zealand collaborative placebo-controlled randomised trial, live birth rates were no better in poor-responding patients (under the age of 41) given growth hormone as a supplement than in those given placebo.

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