This Week in PLoS Medicine: Predicting outcomes of IVF; Neonatal health at the community level

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Happy new year! Two new articles have been published for our first issue of 2011!

Using the HFEA database of all 144,018 live births in all IVF cycles in the UK between 2003 and 2007, Scott Nelson and Debbie Lawlor show that couple- and treatment-specific factors can be used to help predict successful outcome following IVF.

Asha George and colleagues from the GAPPS group report the implementation research priorities to address prematurity and stillbirths at the community level that resulted from their recent expert consensus exercise.

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