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A new technique can determine which fertilized eggs will reach a crucial step in development.
Once again, federal funding restrictions cast uncertainty over the field.
A study involving higher-resolution genetic screening suggests that healthy embryos may be wasted during IVF.
Stem cells from human testes could be used for personalized medicine.
Researchers have created healthy stem cells from adult cells–no embryo required.
Using DNA fingerprinting, researchers strive to improve in vitro fertilization.
Pioneering cancer researcher Robert Weinberg says that deadly secondary tumors happen when cancer cells don’t act their age.
A company offers to generate and store stem cells from leftover IVF embryos.