New Test Lets Women Pick Their Best IVF Embryo

When sperm meets egg not every match is a winning one. That is particularly true in the petri dishes of the scientific dating game called IVF, or in vitro fertilization. For the first two or three days after the arranged coupling, scientists carefully scrutinize the budding relationship for any signs that it has veered off course. Specialists routinely check on a candidate embryo in those early days by removing it from its incubator, placing it on a slide and scrutinizing it under a microscope.
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