IVF Imaging "Breakthrough" Could Boost Fertility, Reproductive BioMedicine Online Reveals

Published: May 17, 2013

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Thousands of infertile couples could see their chances of having a baby improved following a new technique which assesses the quality of IVF embryos before they are implanted. Using time-lapse photographs researchers claim they are able to spot developmental delays in the embryo at crucial stages allowing them to select "low-risk" embryos which are not likely to have chromosomal abnormalities.

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