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The purpose of this study was to assess whether increased body mass index (BMI) negatively affects assisted reproductive technology (ART) outcomes among gestational carriers. A retrospective matched case-control cohort, including all gestational carrier (GC) cycles performed at CReATe Fertility Centre (Toronto, ON, Canada) between 2003 and 2016. A Canadian fertility clinic, with a large surrogacy program. All gestational carriers that had undergone a cycle completed to a transfer at our clinic,doi:10.1186/s12958-020-00602-2 pmid:32359356 fatcat:ajhfqwkk4jg3blnckcmtjzmsgq