192019Mar
New hope to those seeking infertility treatments in recently published study

New hope to those seeking infertility treatments in recently published study

New research conducted by scientists at the Oregon National Primate Research Center at OHSU, in Portland, Oregon, gives new hope to those seeking infertility treatments. The initial studies were funded by the Jones Foundation via the Young  Investigators Award. Their findings published in the journal Genome Research.

The study, led by Shawn L. Chavez, Ph.D., is the first to confirm in a nonhuman primate model that mosaic embryos can adapt to thei abnormalities and persist in development, resulting in positive IVF outcomes.

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