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Can I see results – report from PGT-A / PGS tests?

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Answer from: Dimitra Christopikou, Clinical Laboratory Geneticist

Geneticist, Head of the PGT lab Embryogenesis IVF Unit Athens
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This is more and more common in genetic labs that carry out PGT-A  and PGT for chromosome abnormalities. I think this should be a normality, everyone should have access to the real data, which is their own data in order to understand our skills and make the calls of chromosome abnormalities, of copy number variations (which is the difference in the chromosome copy numbers). I think someone should be able to ask and have an idea of the report and the results, but this should be done with caution and with guidance from the geneticist that has carried out the analysis since we have experience with this and have attended university, so it is not done for nothing and we have experience to call out the chromosome copy number variations.are looking for and the development of the embryo we are really looking for in order to have a larger chance of pregnancy. Gender selection is not forbidden in my country, in any lab and in most of the European countries as far as i know.

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Can I see results - report from PGT-A / PGS test?

What are my rights? Can I see full documentations from genetic testing of my embryos? Are there any limits or legislations boundaries that restricts from sharing full information?

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