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

development," Dr. Scott added.  "By selecting genetically normal embryos, pregnancy rates were dramatically increased and miscarriage rates were lower."

In a related retrospective evaluation presented with this research, RMANJ has also determined that probability of abnormal pregnancy such as Down or Turner syndrome is dramatically decreased.  "This technology reduces the risk of Down and Turner Syndromes for women in their late thirties and forties to levels lower than women in their early twenties," said Dr. Scott.

"Our goal is one embryo, one healthy baby," said Dr. Scott.  "So, the driving force behind most of our research is to assess reproductive competency to better predict which embryo will most likely produce one healthy baby.  This is the first study of its kind that has shown dramatically improved clinical pregnancy rates with blastocyst biopsy, 24 Chromosome Aneuploidy Screening and fresh embryo transfer.  Though similar screening technologies are being marketed, none have been validated through the critical studies, culminating with a randomized clinical trial, which provides this high level of medical evidence," said Dr. Scott.  

"We believe that this rapid and complete genetic assessment technique will revolutionize embryo selection and eventually facilitate the practical application of single embryo transfer," said Dr. Scott.  "Despite transferring fewer embryos, patients can expect better pregnancy rates, lower miscarriage rates and better obstetrical outcomes, and the near elimination of triplet or higher order pregnancies."

"For twenty years, prior technologies have involved biopsy of the embryo on the 3rd day of development, at the 6-8 cell stage.  Testing required removal of up to 1/6th of the embryo's total volume, risking potential damage to the embryo," said Dr. Scott.   "Also, existing technologies examined less than half of the chromosomes in the emb
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