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The impact of Italian legislative amendments on delivery rate: a matched case control study
Current Trends in Clinical Embriology
In May 2009, the Italian Constitutional Court declared unconstitutional the 40/2004 restrictive law of the Italian Parliament, granting the physician the possibility to define the optimal number of oocytes to be inseminated, the number of embryos to be transferred and allowing cryopreservation of embryos. To investigate the effect of suspension of the restrictive human ART law in Italy on the characteristics and efficiency of a routine infertility program, a one-to-one matched case-controldoi:10.11138/cce/2016.3.2.047 fatcat:jt4nh6diwzgv3n4jggxomdc4sm