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Reproductive Medicine Associates of NJ Receive Top National Award for Ground-Breaking IVF Research
Date:10/28/2010

MORRISTOWN, N.J., Oct. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Physicians from Reproductive Medicine Associates of NJ have once again earned the top research award, the 2010 General Program Prize, from the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.  The study, "A Prospective Randomized Controlled Trial Demonstrating Significantly Increased Clinical Pregnancy Rates Following 24-Chromosome Aneuploidy Screening:  Biopsy and Analysis on Day 5 with Fresh Transfer," was led by Richard Scott, M.D. and Nathan Treff, Ph.D.  

William Gibbons, M.D., President of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine announced the prize at the 66th Annual Meeting of the Society in Denver, Colorado.  Reproductive Medicine Associates of NJ also earned the General Program Prize Paper Award in 2007 for research introducing this novel technology to identify embryos that are chromosomally normal in all 24 chromosomes.  This proprietary, ground-breaking technology was developed by scientists, physicians and embryologists at RMANJ and is currently available to all RMANJ patients and patients of a very select group of programs with whom RMANJ collaborates.

"The principal factor which makes it more difficult to conceive as women progress into their thirties and forties is the dramatic increase in genetic errors," said Dr. Scott.  "The best known example is Down Syndrome (three copies of chromosome 21), but all chromosomes may be involved in errors.  Genetic balance is required to have a healthy infant.  Scientists have searched for almost two decades to develop a technology to reliably identify which embryos are normal and which are genetically abnormal prior to placing them in the woman's uterus in attempt to overcome fertility problems and become pregnant."  

"This novel technology developed at RMANJ is the first and only fully validated system which can reliably evaluate all chromosomes in a small biopsy obtained from an embryo during in vitro
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