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Abnormal embryos can often correct themselves, new study shows

A new study on the viability of abnormal embryos has shown most will correct themselves once implanted in the womb Fertility researchers found that these embryos often developed into healthy babies regardless...

New study reveals IVF children have a better quality of life

Children born via IVF have a better quality of life in adulthood, according to researchers at Australia’s Monash University In the study, 193 people who were conceived with reproductive assistance, were...

Researchers uncover ‘golden window’ for IVF success

A new study has identified a slippery substance that may be stopping embryos from implanting during the final stages of an IVF cycle Researchers at RMIT University believe they may have found a way of...

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