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2007 ART Report Appendix D: National Consumer Organizations

The following national consumer organizations offer support to people experiencing infertility:

The American Fertility Association
305 Madison Ave, Suite 449
New York NY 10165
Telephone: (888) 917-3777; Fax: (718) 621-2444
www.theafa.org

RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association
1760 Old Meadow Rd, Suite 500
McLean VA 22102
Telephone: (703) 556-7172; Fax: (703) 506-3266
www.resolve.org

National Women’s Health Information Center (NWHIC)
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Office of Women’s Health
Telephone: (800) 994-9662; TDD: (888) 220-5446
www.womenshealth.gov

What types of ART cycles were used in the United States in 2007?

For approximately 72% of ART cycles performed in 2007, fresh nondonor eggs or embryos were used. ART cycles that used frozen nondonor embryos were the next most common type, accounting for approximately 16% of the total. In about 12% of cycles, eggs or embryos were donated by another woman. A very small number of cycles (less than 0.1% of the ART cycles performed in 2007) involved the evaluation of a new treatment procedure. Cycles in which a new treatment procedure was being evaluated are not included in the total number of cycles reported in the national report or in the individual fertility clinic tables. Thus, data presented in subsequent figures in this report and in the individual fertility clinic tables are based on 142,435 ART cycles.

Figure 2: Types of ART Cycles—United States, 2007.
 
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