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icy

ice-cold

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motionless

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turned into ice

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absolutely still

devoid of warmth and cordiality

not thawed

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(used of foods) preserved by freezing sufficiently rapidly to retain flavor and nutritional value

not convertible to cash

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incapable of being changed or moved or undone

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Worldwide, frozen embryo transfers grew from 10% of all in vitro fertilization or sperm injection procedures in 1991 to 28% in 2010, the most recent year with worldwide data available.
Family resemblance: The Shepherd family with Ryleigh (centre) who became the longest frozen embryo baby at MIS.
Frozen embryo babies typically had a longer gestation period than those born from fresh embryos, the research also found.
14) Likewise, if couples choose to create frozen embryos through the use of ART, they should consider entering into a pre-frozen embryo agreement prior to the medical procedure, addressing what would occur to the frozen embryos in the event of divorce or other circumstances.
3) While it is clear that such surplus embryos exist in Canada (although the numbers are much lower than is often suggested, simply because many frozen embryos are not yet surplus (4)), it is not clear that the Act limits research to these surplus embryos.
Madsen, who recently wrote an article for The Boston Globe headlined, "Don't tell me what to do with my embryos," said couples who are struggling with the question of what to do with "leftover" frozen embryos are being sucked into the abortion debate.
The Johnsons decided to adopt a frozen embryo after they heard a radio report about the Snowflakes adoption program begun by Nightlight Christian Adoptions in 1997.
Since the EAB rejects the position that an embryo is a moral person, it is not likely that it would regard the frozen embryo as a legal person.
Some suggest that frozen embryos be viewed as property.
Nightlightprovides adoption services through the Snowflakes([R]) Frozen Embryo Adoption program.
In concordance with research at CCRM, studies from around the world have shown that IVF pregnancies following a frozen embryo transfer are more similar to natural conception pregnancies than fresh embryo transfer cycles resulting in:
Children conceived by frozen embryo transfer are significantly more likely to be large for gestational age at birth than those conceived naturally or by fresh embryo transfer.
Frozen embryo transfer (FET) involves the implantation into the womb of embryos that have been frozen, stored and thawed.
BABY Ryleigh may be only five weeks old - but she is actually a triplet to her two 11-year-old sisters - as she was a frozen embryo for more than ten years.
However, the problem with the frozen embryo technique was that it could not be used in certain cases, such as for unmarried females undergoing chemotherapy or even due to religious or legal issues," said Dr Radi.