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Infertility Benefits Help Keep Employers Competitive

Southwest Airlines does it. Stanley Black & Decker does it. Duke University does it. Apple and Facebook are doing it. Providing their employees with infertility benefits, that is. As more

Discovery of a protein capable of regulating DNA repair during sperm formation

Researchers from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB) Department of Cellular Biology, Physiology and Immunology, and the UAB Institute of Biotechnology and Biomedicine, led by Dr Ignasi Roig, discovered more

Mechanisms for continually producing sperm

Continually producing sperm over a long time is important to procreate the next generation. Researchers of the National Institute for Basic Biology, National Institutes of Natural Sciences in Japan, more

DNA Editing of Human Embryos Alarms Scientists

A call by scientists to halt to precision gene-editing of DNA in human embryos would allow time to work out safety and ethical issues. Amid rumors that precision gene-editing more

Auxogyn raises $34M for IVF test that can tell if an embryo is viable

In vitro fertilization is a tough process. Even if a set of embryos are able to form, it’s a real crapshoot to see which – if any – will more

More Older Women Becoming First-time Moms

American women are becoming first-time mothers at a much older age than they were four decades ago. In 2012, there were more than nine times as many first births more

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