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The Wierd Ways Science is Trying To Improve Fertility


IF YOU’RE TRYING to get pregnant these days, you might be having a little trouble. Chances are, though, that you’ve got a lot of options to help you on your way to that little bundle of joy. In the past decade, the number of techniques and procedures available to women and men trying to improve their fertility has exploded—especially in the area of in vitro fertilization, a procedure in which sperm and egg meet in a petri dish before they journey together to the uterus. Many of the recent advances in IVF have been about selecting sperm, eggs, and embryos with the greatest chance of creating a successful pregnancy. But researchers and companies are working on a set of more experimental…

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