A Singaporean researcher has improved the odds for people trying for a baby with in-vitro fertilization by growing the embryo in a lab for longer before it is implanted in the womb.



Dr. Fong Chui Yee, a senior embryologist at the National University of Singapore, developed a technique that mimics a woman’s body with a variety of laboratory cultures, including cells from the inner lining of the Fallopian tubes.

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