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15 September 2010

Freezing sperm gives hope to HIV+

Researchers say they have developed a new and better method of freezing human sperm for later use in pregnancy attempts.

Researchers say they have developed a new and better method of freezing human sperm for later use in pregnancy attempts.

"Any improvements in sperm freezing would be welcome," said Mathew Tomlinson, a fertility specialist and scientist at Nottingham University Hospitals in England. "We can store sperm for many years, but only 25 to 30% of sperm survive from even the best samples."

 
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