October 14


What Do Epigenetics Mean for Donor Egg Recipients?

By heheals

October 14, 2020

Epigenetics is a very new field that examines how a person’s environment and their genes work together to determine health outcomes. In this video, Dr. Gleicher explains why it is relevant for fertility treatment (specifically for donor eggs) and pregnancy. Learn more about this topic on CHR’s website: http://bit.ly/2QEbkC5



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