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Igenomix has achieved yet another milestone in the field of advanced reproductive genetics in Middle East after being honored with Frost & Sullivan Best Practices Awards. This Global program recognizes outstanding […]

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What Reports says According to World Health Organization (WHO), 10 in every 1000 live births suffer from genetic disorders. Genetic disorders have reached alarming numbers in Arab population. In Arab […]

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We often stumble upon children who are born with deformities at birth. This leaves their parents wondering- WHY ME? WHY MY CHILD? Every expecting parent eagerly waits to see their […]

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The dramatic change in the people’s lifestyle has shifted the idea of getting married in 20’s leading to late pregnancies. With the advanced age comes the problem of infertility. Infertility […]

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A lot of times women who opt for assisted methods of achieving pregnancy are disappointed because the treatments do not have positive results. A successful IVF cycle depends on a […]

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The conference mainly aims at the education of the medical community and dissemination of reliable information to at-risk populations. IGENOMIX hope to inherit the outstanding tradition of the UEARS and […]

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Here are 5 things you should keep in mind about one such problem – chromosomal abnormalities. In about 0.5 to 1 per cent of all live births, the baby is […]

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Consanguinity is a deeply rooted social trend among one-fifth of the world population. Around the globe consanguineous marriages (Commonly known as “Cousin Marriages”) is in practice by many societies from […]

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18 January, 2017

Igenomix will be present at Emirates Obstetrics Gynaecology & Fertility Forum on 19th-21st January 2017, at Al Bustan Rotana Hotel, Dubai. IGENOMIX is a company that provides advanced services in […]

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Many parents get depressed by the birth of a baby with some genetic disorder. As per the study conducted by World Health Organization (WHO) 10 in every 1000 new born […]

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