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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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In the second study, 782 women without PCOS who were undergoing a first or second IVF cycle at a single center were randomized to receive either fresh or frozen embryo transfer with up to two embryos transferred.
Although a relatively new concern, frozen embryo disputes have generated a sizeable amount of case law outside of Missouri.
Frozen embryo adoption is therefore not a collaboration with the evil done by others, but a gesture of solidarity and love towards the creature that has been abandoned before birth.
IVF babies born from frozen embryos are heavier and result in longer pregnancies than those that are born from fresh embryos, research suggests.
1) Often, the couple successfully uses some, but not all, of those frozen embryos to create the family they originally intended.
Indeed, on a strict interpretation of the Act, women or couples can create embryos specifically for use in certain kinds of research, and they can also donate fresh or frozen embryos originally created for reproductive purposes to research before they have completed assisted reproduction, including embryos that are not-yet-surplus.
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.
There are insufficient data to assess the vitrification method, he said, but compared with slow-freeze oocyte cycles, fresh IVF plus subsequent frozen embryo cycles had an implantation rate per transferred embryo almost four times higher (36.
Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) argues that "a frozen embryo stored in a refrigerator in a clinic" isn't the same as "a fetus developing in a mother's womb.
According to Orrin Hatch, it's OK to destroy a frozen embryo because the embryo is only a person if it's in a woman.
The case of the frozen embryo is different, however, because of its different location.
We had frozen sperm, a frozen embryo, and we got a baby.
But a frozen embryo is outside the womb, so physical privacy is not an issue.
Nightlightprovides adoption services through the Snowflakes([R]) Frozen Embryo Adoption program.
A DAD has failed in a bid to sue an IVF clinic after his ex forged his signature to use a frozen embryo to get pregnant.