Do Fertility Outcomes Differ in an Underinsured Urban Predominantly Hispanic population? A Single Center Experience

Racial disparities persist in many aspects of modern healthcare, including the diagnosis and treatment of patients with infertility. These measures are particularly understudied in Hispanic women. The objective of this study is to compare fertility outcomes of an underinsured, largely Hispanic population to outcomes from national cohorts. Capsule: Conception rates following controlled ovarian stimulation in underinsured minority populations are poor providers should be proactive in encouraging patients to pursue in vitro fertilization when possible.


Katherine LP1*, Rogerio A1,Nataki CD1, Jessica S1,Arielle G1 and Ralf CZ2

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