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Chromosomal Screening Improves IVF Pregnancy Rates

Monthly Prescribing Reference,  May 9, 2012

Screening embryos produced by in vitro fertilization using array comparative genomic hybridization (aCGH) plus morphology improves pregnancy rates over screening by morphology alone in single embryo transfers, according to a new study out of Pacific Reproductive Center in California. The researchers found that 44.9 percent of the blastocysts analyzed by aCGH were aneuploid. Compared with morphology alone, the aCGH group had significantly higher clinical pregnancy rates

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