Alan Handyside

Director, Bridge Centre

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Director of the Bridge Centre, a London fertility clinic

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Genetic research has discovered some 15,000 diseases that travel through generations.  Since 1989, it's been possible to screen embryos for 350 of these hereditary conditions, but the…

New Way to Test Embryos for Genetic Diseases

Genetic research has discovered some 15,000 diseases that travel through generations.  Since 1989, it's been possible to screen embryos for 350 of these hereditary conditions, but the…

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