We wanted to probe the opinions and current practices on preimplantation genetic screening (PGS), and more specifically on PGS in its newest form: PGS 2.0?
Consensus is lacking on which patient groups, if any at all, can benefit from PGS 2.0 and, a fortiori, whether all IVF patients should be offered PGS.
What is Known Already
It is clear from all experts that PGS 2.0 can be defined as biopsy at the blastocyst stage fol...Expand abstract
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