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Genetic screening before embryo transfer fails to improve the chance of a baby

20:00 EDT 4 Aug 2018 | AAAS

(European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology) The genetic screening of fertilized eggs for embryo selection in assisted reproduction makes no difference to live birth rates, according to results from the largest published study of its kind. Results from this multicenter randomized controlled trial are reported today in the journal Human Reproduction and, say the authors, confirm the 'widely accepted' view that preimplantation genetic testing for chromosome abnormality (PGT-A) will not increase live birth rates in IVF.

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