Minimising your “no results” in PGT: Why we get them and what to do with them

Minimising your “no results” in PGT: Why we get them and what to do with them

In this webinar we will be discussing “no results” (NR) in PGT. Leoni Xanthopoulou PhD will explain the different types of NR diagnoses you may receive, followed by Colleen Lynch PhD who will present five years of genomics follow-up data on NR and rebiopsied embryos. We will also be joined by Balsam Al Hashimi who will discuss how London Women’s Clinic monitor their NR rate, and processes they have put in place to minimise it.

Contributors

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Leoni Xanthopoulou PhD

Lab Director, CooperGenomics Laboratory

Balsam-Al-Hashimi

Balsam Al Hashimi MSc

Senior Clinical Embryologist, London Women’s Clinic

ColleenLynch

Colleen Lynch PhD

Training and Scientific Manager, CooperSurgical Fertility and Genomic Solutions

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