New Generation Of Sperm Tests Aim To Feed ‘Big Hunger’ For Information On Male Infertility
The traditional sperm tests don't actually reveal much, especially when it comes to men who have normal sperm counts yet can't conceive. A Pasadena-based company is looking to change that.
Sperm Test 2.0: New Diagnostics Aim To Clarify Male Infertility
Traditional sperm tests don’t reveal much.They can assess how many sperm a man produces, whether sperm are misshapen, and how well they swim. But that’s about it. Determined to extract more data, several startups are developing next generation tests that they hope will help men better understand their fertility. The goal: To explain why some men who have normal sperm counts still cannot conceive. (McFarling, 10/17)