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    Page Title Single Embryo Transfer IVF Success Story Meta Description After a single embryo transfer at our Las Vegas fertility center, this couple got twice what they were expecting: Identical twin girls. Meta Title Single Embryo Transfer IVF Success Story – Las Vegas Fertility Center Comments Live Date (AMY) URL (AMY) Single Embryo Transfer IVF Success Story Single embryo transfer leads to twice the fun for Campbell family For one Las Vegas couple, a single embryo transfer at our Las Vegas fertility center led to one of the biggest – and happiest – surprises of their lives. Gina Campbell, a middle school dean of students, and her husband, Michael, a police sergeant, chose to delay growing their family until their early 30s, after Gina…

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    Who Are Designer Babies?

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    Institutes, offer a service called pre-implantation genetic diagnosis, PGD. This service screens a couple’s in-vitro fertilization embryos for life-threatening…

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    Page Title IVF and Frozen Embryo Transfer Story Meta Title (70 characters) IVF and Frozen Embryo Transfer Patient Story – Austin Fertility Center Meta Description A history of ectopic pregnancy and advanced maternal age encouraged Lacy and Matt to visit our Austin fertility center to build a family through IVF. Comments Live Date (AMY) URL (AMY) IVF and Frozen Embryo Transfer Leads to a Baby Girl When Lacy and Matt started their fertility journey, they knew nothing about IVF According to…

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    463 Reproduction

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    Michele Green #3 Manuscript Questions 463 Reproduction 4/28/17 Efficacy of embryo transfer in lactating dairy cows during summer using fresh or vitrified embryos produced in vitro with sex-sorted semen 1) What is the question the authors are trying to answer? - The authors are trying to determine the difference of transferring fresh embryos or vitrified embryos that were made by in vitro with semen that was sorted compared to artificial insemination to see which one improves calving rates as…

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    Cloning Technology

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    Technology today now allows us to address the idea of cloning. Cloning is creating an identical genetic copy of an organism or a cell. The process of this is there will be three subjects A, B, and C a body cell will be taken from A, the DNA will be extracted then an egg cell will be taken from B the nucleus removed. The DNA from A is fuse with the egg cell from B the fused cell develops into an embryo when it is placed in C the surrogate and then the clone is of subject A. To get to cloning…

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    Abortion Controversy

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    Abortion has been one of the main topics in America to produce a plethora of controversy, marking the collision of two values: pro-life and pro-choice. While we know that each side produces a wide variety of points as to why each group believes what they do, we still must be omniscient about the life of the child. Someone who is pro-choice would argue that the woman has the right to her own body and what happens to it; however, taking the side of pro-choice disregards the child’s life. This…

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    fertilized before reaching the uterus. Uterus is a hollow muscular organ; it is pear-shaped in posterior and superior to the bladder. The uterus or womb is connected to the two fallopian tubes on the superior end and to the vagina on the inferior end. The lining of the uterus, endometrium supports to the embryo during early stage of development. Vagina is an elastic, muscular tube between the uterus and the exterior. The vagina functions as the repository for the penis in sexual intercourse;…

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    Embryonic Essay

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    diagnoses and treatments to prevent infertility and birth defects, which is the leading cause of infant mortality. By studying the prenatal stages and mechanism of human development, we are able to understand the normal relationships of adult body structure and the causes of congenital anomalies. It is found in researches that 3 to 4 percent of all live-born children are diagnosed with a significant malformation usually within the first two years after birth. Much of the embryo research are…

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    the act of “cloning” not with the creation of a cloned human embryo for research purposes, but only with the transfer of such embryo to the uterus of a women. Scientist, ethicists, and advocates use the term “cloning” for both practices- calling one “therapeutic cloning” and the other “reproductive cloning”. Therapeutic for patients in the near future, and will never be therapeutic for cloning embryo, which will be destroyed. The instinct between the both of the two are in fact creating human…

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    Embryonic Stem Cell research (ESCR) evokes immediate controversy because of its intimate connection with human biomaterials. Ethical concerns for this type of research involve human dignity, personal privacy, and autonomy (Knapp). The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy argues that there is a dilemma between the duties to alleviate human suffering and the preservation of potential life. While it is true that research on embryos involved in research become destroyed, the potential therapeutic use…

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