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Using DNA fingerprinting, researchers strive to improve in vitro fertilization.
New noninvasive screening techniques aim to identify the healthiest embryos.
A quick and easy technique for screening embryos in IVF procedures could lead to an improved chance of pregnancy.
A growing number of genetic tests can be performed during in vitro fertilization, before pregnancy even begins. Is that a good thing?
New embryo-screening technologies could weed out embryos with major genetic abnormalities and improve IVF success rates.
The number of genetic tests that can be performed during in vitro fertilization is skyrocketing. What does this mean for human reproduction?