|A new screening technique for use in IVF treatment has been shown to more than double the chances of pregnancy, according to the results of a pilot study.
The technique involves screening embryos for genetic defects in order to identify the healthiest ones for use in treatment.
This means that the embryo is more likely to implant in the mother's womb and the process, called comparative genomic hybridisation (CGH), could also help to cut the likelihood of twins or triplets, according to the study conducted by researchers from the UK and US.
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