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FMR1 Gene's Control Over Ovarian Aging
Center for Human Reproduction's research found that the FMR1 gene controls how ovarian function changes over time for each woman. Depending on the genotype of the FMR1 gene, some women loses thier ovarian reserve faster than others. CHR's Dr. Barad explains how looking at the FMR1 gene helps CHR's fertility specialists tailor treatments to individual patients' ovarian function.
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