The executive board of the Japan Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology agreed Saturday to introduce a policy to identify in vitro fertilized eggs that will not result in successful pregnancy for certain habitual miscarriage patients.

While the academy has so far allowed the method only to prevent severe muscular dystrophy, it will expand its applicable scope following an official approval at its general meeting in April in Yokohama, its officials said.

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