Treatment discovered to prevent disorders for IVF women

08/27/2009 | BBC

Researchers have discovered a way to treat a disorder affecting the mitochondria in female human ova -- a treatment that could promise a way for women with defective eggs to have children without using those eggs. The mitochondrial disorder is faulted for hundreds of disorders, including anemia, dementia and various neurological diseases.

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