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Study Shows IVF Babies Become Happy Adults

Herald Sun,  Oct 29, 2012

Adults born through in vitro fertilization (IVF) have a more positive perception of their environment and are equally as well-adjusted and satisfied with life as those conceived without assisted reproductive technologies (ART).

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One Dad, Two Moms? Using Donor DNA To Prevent Disease

Huffington Post,  Oct 26, 2012

October 26, 2012

A new technique could be the key to preventing mitochondrial diseases from being inherited by a carrier’s offspring.

A report published Wednesday in the journal Nature, reveals the successful creation of embryos using DNA from one male and two females in an effort to weed out faulty genes passed on from the mother. If left uncorrected, they could result in severe medical disabilities or death of the child.

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Insurance Coverage For Infertility: More Births, Fewer Health Disparities

ASRM,  Oct 25, 2012

Researchers presenting at the 2012 meeting of the American Society for Reproductive medicine say health insurance coverage for fertility treatment leads to decreased racial disparities in those seeking treatment and overall increased births.

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Single Embryo Transfer with Chromosome Screening Superior to Double Embryo Transfer

The Sacramento Bee,  Oct 25, 2012

October 25, 2012

Findings from a clinical trial examining single embryo transfer (SET) with comprehensive chromosome screening (CCS) indicate increased in vitro fertilization (IVF) success rates compared to traditional double embryo transfer (DET).

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Protein, Low Fat Dairy, and Fewer Carbs Boost Fertility

ASRM,  Oct 24, 2012

Research findings presented at the 2012 American Society for Reproductive Medicine Annual Meeting say nutrition impacts fertility and in vitro fertilization (IVF) success rates.

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Exposure to Environmental Chemicals Impacts Fertility

ASRM,  Oct 23, 2012

A new study find exposure to an environmental endocrine-disrupting chemical is associated with earlier onset of menopause.

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Link Between Child Abuse and Infertility

ASRM,  Oct 22, 2012

Research out of Harvard University and the University of California San Francisco have found a link between childhood abuse and later reproductive disorders.

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Comprehensive Chromosome Screen Shows Increased IVF Success

ASRM,  Oct 22, 2012

Researchers at the 2012 American Society for Reproductive Medicine Annual Meeting presented evidence that suggests a comprehensive chromosome screening of embryos could yield a greater number of successful pregnancies than traditional screening.

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AFC and AMH Most Promising Predictors of Ovarian Reserve

ASRM,  Oct 22, 2012

A new report issued by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine Practice Committee expresses concern with lack of validated ovarian testing results.

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ASRM: Three Fertility Doctors Awarded Highest Individual Honors

ASRM,  Oct 22, 2012

The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) has awarded three fertility doctors with the highest individual awards of the society.

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