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Addressing challenges in developing and implementing successful in vitro fertilization in endangered species: an opportunity for humanity to “give back”

Addressing challenges in developing and implementing successful in vitro fertilization in endangered species: an opportunity for humanity to “give back”
Thousands of wild animal species on our planet are threatened by extinction. This is due to a variety of factors primarily caused by humans, including loss of habitat, pollution, and over-exploitation (hunting to extinction). The primary goal of animal conservation is the maintenance of biodiversity, since the loss of any one species can disrupt the functioning of an entire ecosystem. Broad knowledge and understanding of reproductive physiology can help overcome fertility issues in these species.
Source: fertstert.org

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