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NEW YORK – Low-pass genome sequencing can help identify chromosomal aberrations in couples suffering multiple miscarriages, a new study has found.

Recurrent miscarriage, or the loss of two or more pregnancies, affects between 1 percent and 2 percent of couples. Chromosomal abnormalities are the major genetic cause of miscarriage and are detected by routine analysis in about 1 in 50 couples.

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