From test-tube to AI: How Canadian science could revolutionize fertility services

From test-tube to ai: how canadian science could revolutionize fertility services

Global News published this video item, entitled “From test-tube to AI: How Canadian science could revolutionize fertility services” – below is their description.

As science and society continue to evolve, we are getting new options of ways to have children.

Leading-edge technologies — including the use of artificial intelligence — are helping people who struggle with fertility, improving the odds of a good outcome, far beyond what was possible with IVF treatments.

And as Sophie Lui discovered for The New Reality, Canadian scientists are at the forefront of these new innovations in fertility.

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