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New sperm creation method could overcome genetic male infertility – study

Healthy sperm have been created in mice with a common form of infertility, raising hope for future treatment for men with extra sex chromosomes A common genetic cause of male infertility has been overcome in mice using a technique that creates healthy sperm in the laboratory, scientists have shown. The research raises the future prospect of hope for men who cannot father children because they have three instead of two sex chromosomes.
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