New Fertility Test Offers Hope

Another stroke of good luck and good news is making it's way around the fertility world. Infertility couples may now have higher chances of successful births after In Vitro Fertalization (IVF). Comparative genomic hybridisation (CGHA) is a new revolutionary fertility test has been created by British researchers and fertility experts. The test screens embryo for genetic defects during IVF.
"The test helps identify the healthiest embryos for use in IVF treatment and could cut the risk of twins or triplets."
The preliminary results have shown nearly 62% success rate of implanting the embryo in the womb. Which is a stark contrast from the standard 27% chances of successful and healthy birth. Although these are still in the initial stages of testing and experimenting, CGHA will give hope to thousands of childless couples. Photolink
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