The results of this analysis are counter-intuitive since 'second best' embryos are generally selected for storage, and are then subjected to freezing and thawing procedures each of which carries risk.
Albeit that the findings are difficult to explain, they are important in that they provide reassurance for cryopreservation programmes about short-term outcome.
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