Women of advanced age (late 30s onwards) should not lose hope as their chances of pregnancy is still there. Learn more from our study which will be presented by Dato’ Dr. Colin at the European Gynaecology and Obstetrics Congress in France on 17-18 February.Shearn
Dato’ Dr. Colin will be the keynote speaker at the European Gynaecology and Obstetrics Congress in France on 17-18 February. During this event he will speak about the findings that “EMBRYOS ARISING FROM APRONUCLEAR (0PN) AND UNIPRONUCLEAR (1PN) HAVE SIMILAR EUPLOIDY RATES WITH THOSE FROM 2PN AND SHOULD BE CONSIDERED FOR TRANSFER”
What this finding means to patients is that even embryos that are usually considered low quality or unsuitable for transfer can successfully achieve pregnancy rates similar with stardard quality embryos via PGT-A.
We are truly excited to share this findings with the world and hope to be able to further increase the pregnancy potential of our patients.