British fertility experts have created a new technique of monitoring embryos that boost the success rate by 56%. They'll use time lapse imaging to look for chromosomal abnormalities and to choose the best embryos to implant:
"In conventional IVF laboratories, embryo development will be checked up to six times over a 5-day period," said Alison Campbell, Care Fertility's embryology director and the lead researcher on the study being published.
"With time-lapse we have the ability to view more than 5,000 images over the same time period to observe and measure more closely each stage of division and growt
Any thoughts on this new technique?