Identification of gene variants affecting fertility offers new treatment possibility

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Identification of genetic variations in the genes coding for the hormone FSH may provide new treatments for male and female infertility, according to work presented at the European Congress of Endocrinology in Copenhagen. A group of researchers at the University of Muenster has characterised gene variations which may improve treatment for almost half of infertile men, as well as allowing tailored treatment for women undergoing assisted reproduction.

Read the full press release here: Identification of Gene Variants Affecting Fertility Offers New Treatment Possibility

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