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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...

BPAS report highlights barriers for same-sex couples’ NHS-funded fertility treatment

A new report by the British Pregnancy Advisory Service Fertility has uncovered the lack of support, both financial and emotional, for female same-sex couples in England Fertility services in the UK, including...

New study shows IVF teenagers are less aggressive and more responsible

An Australian research study has shown that teenagers born via IVF are less aggressive and less likely to engage in bad behaviour The University of Western Australia assessed the mental health of 163 teenagers...

Category - Research


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