Tech Doc: Many treatments available to address infertility
Lubbock AJ - Deciding to start a family is an exciting milestone for most couples. For many, becoming pregnant happens easily. However, one in seven couples requires medical treatment to achieve pregnancy, which includes 6.7 million women in the United States.
Advances in reproductive technology and improved genetic screening methods have led to increased opportunities for couples to achieve a healthy pregnancy with one baby at a time.
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