Study Questions Success of Pregnancy Technique A new study in The New England Journal of Medicine finds that a technique called preimplantation — intended to help older women get pregnant — may not work.
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Study Questions Success of Pregnancy Technique

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Study Questions Success of Pregnancy Technique

Study Questions Success of Pregnancy Technique

Study Questions Success of Pregnancy Technique

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A new study in The New England Journal of Medicine finds that a technique called preimplantation — intended to help older women get pregnant — may not work. Kathy Hudson, director of the Genetics and Public Policy Center at Johns Hopkins University, talks with Renee Montagne.