Fertility Genetics

With its new Fertilome service, Celmatix hopes to provide women with genetic insight into their fertility. As GenomeWeb has reported, the test examines patients' DNA for 49 variants linked to conditions that affect reproductive health like endometriosis or polycystic ovarian syndrome. The test is $1,900 out of pocket, GenomeWeb adds.

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