Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology and assisted reproductive technology in the United States: a 2016 update.

@article{Toner2016SocietyFA,
  title={Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology and assisted reproductive technology in the United States: a 2016 update.},
  author={J. Toner and C. Coddington and K. Doody and B. V. Van Voorhis and D. Seifer and G. Ball and B. Luke and E. Wantman},
  journal={Fertility and sterility},
  year={2016},
  volume={106 3},
  pages={
          541-6
        }
}
The Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART) was established within a few years of assisted reproductive technology (ART) in the United States, and has not only reported on the evolution of infertility care, but also guided it toward improved success and safety. Moving beyond its initial role as a registry, SART has expanded its role to include quality assurance, data validation, practice and advertising guidelines, research, patient education and advocacy, and membership support… Expand
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