Fertility Math: It's 10 Times Harder to Get Pregnant at 43 Than at 37
Scientific research can be a double-edged sword for the unborn. Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey will examine the exome of 700 women to determine the genetic factors behind aneuploidy, the most important cause of miscarriage.
It would be really great to know the causes of aneuploidy. Perhaps we could find treatments for it. But of course, the immediate goal is to be able to eliminate embryos before they are even attached to the mother.
North Dakota’s Only Abortion Clinic Ends Medication Abortions After Court Ruling
Cuba tries to drive up fertility amid baby slump Communism and abortion: two great ways to destroy your country's population.