Scientists at Queen's University Belfast have come up with a new test for male infertility- SpermComet test.
By measuring damaged DNA in individual sperm the test predicts the success of infertility treatments and highlights the treatment most likely to succeed. This will significantly reduce waiting times and improve chances of conception.
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