Class action against Monash IVF over non-invasive embryo testing

What was earmarked as the demise of 47XXY and other sex chromosome variations has hit a major snag and one it will undoubtedly find difficult to recover from. A heartbroken woman has launched a multi-million-dollar class action against one of Australia's leading IVF clinics, saying her chances of falling pregnant have been scuttled after a … Continue reading Class action against Monash IVF over non-invasive embryo testing

Fertility Rates Among Non-Mosaic XXY; At Odds With Real Life Experience

Klinefelter syndrome (KS) is the one of the most frequent chromosomal disorder affecting 1/500–600 male newborns in the general population. The vast majority of the cases shows the 47,XXY karyotype, although mosaicism (46,XY/47,XXY) or higher-grade X aneuploidies can be rarely detected. Despite its high incidence, KS frequently remains undiagnosed and it is suspected later in … Continue reading Fertility Rates Among Non-Mosaic XXY; At Odds With Real Life Experience