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|Statement||editor, Daniel R. Mishell, Jr.|
|Contributions||Mishell, Daniel R.|
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Introduction. Sixty-two years ago, the first baby conceived using frozen sperm was born. Since then, numerous advances in fertility science have . Experts describe the latest advances in techniques for treating infertility. For one in eight couples in the U.S. plagued with fertility problems, getting pregnant is an elusive -- and frustrating. The biology of infertility: research advances Basic research helps to define these genes and the mechanisms responsible for the development, function realized in the twenty-first century. Fertility specialist Kutluk Oktay is optimistic the technology will keep getting better. He told Tech Insider he thinks research in the next years will make PGS more cost-effective and better.
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