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PGT-A, PGT-M, and PGT-SR, What do all of these acronyms mean?

PGT-A, PGT-M, and PGT-SR, What do all of these acronyms mean?

PGT-A, PGT-M, and PGT-SR What do all these acronyms mean and why do they keep changing? By Gena Shepherd, MS, CGC; Genetic Counselor When I first began working in the fertility sphere, I felt like I was learning an entirely new
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How much does PGD/PGT cost?

How much does PGD/PGT cost?

By Leslie Evans, MS, CGC Having a baby is expensive. But having a baby with the help a fertility clinic may seem out of reach for many couples, even when they are at risk for having a child with a
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Can you trust your at-home DNA test results?

Can you trust your at-home DNA test results?

By Serena Talcott Baughman, MS, CGC; Certified Genetic Counselor, Oregon Reproductive Medicine 6 things genetic counselors want you to know before spitting in the tube Five years ago, when I was in graduate school for genetic counseling, I wrote my ethics
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Decoding the Genetic Mysteries of Male Infertility

Decoding the Genetic Mysteries of Male Infertility

By Emily Mounts, MS, CGC; Director of Genomic Services + Genetic Counselor Decoded: the Genetic Mysteries of Male Infertility For half of couples experiencing infertility, a factor in the male partner is identified as causing or contributing to their difficulties in getting
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Making Sense of Prenatal Testing

Making Sense of Prenatal Testing

By Olive Shihui Zhu, MS; Genetic Counselor, ORM China When counseling patients about the option of Comprehensive Chromosome Screening (CCS, or PGS) prior to their in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycle, patients often ask me whether there are tests to look for
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