Cryogenic chips could end IVF mix-ups


By Paul Marks AN ELECTRONIC ID tag that works even when cryogenically frozen could help prevent some of the mix-ups in IVF clinics that can cause heartbreak for would-be parents. Last week, a couple from south Wales, UK, made headlines worldwide when they revealed that their last viable embryo had been taken from cryogenic storage at an IVF clinic in Cardiff and mistakenly implanted into another woman. The recipient, on learning of the bungle,
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