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Patient Resources

ART has been used in the United States since 1981 to help women become pregnant.

2016 ART report

ART Success Rates

Find the latest reports, data, spreadsheets, presentations, and other resources.

National ART Surveillance

National ART Surveillance

Monitoring the safety and effectiveness of ART procedures from over 440 fertility clinics in the United States.


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States Monitoring ART (SMART)

A projects that establishes, evaluates, improves, and promotes state-based surveillance of ART and infertility.

National Action Plan

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This plan highlights the need to better understand and address issues at a population level that contribute to and are caused by infertility in women and men and that may affect the health of the pregnancy.

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Download in Spanish [PDF – 2.4MB]

Healthy Babies: One At A Time

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Some IVF practices can increase the risk of twin pregnancies, which are risky for babies and their mothers. These fact sheets can give you more information to use when making decisions about your IVF journey.

How many embryos should I transfer to have one baby?
English [PDF – 1MB]
Spanish [PDF – 888 KB]
Chinese [PDF – 311 KB]

Why are we worried about twin pregnancies?
English [PDF – 1.03MB]
Spanish [PDF – 884 KB]
Chinese [PDF – 368 KB]

Key Findings

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A list of ART-related journal publications and a brief summary of the key findings.