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If You Could Preselect the Gender of Your Next Baby, Would You?

The technology of sperm selection during IVF allows an 80 percent accuracy of gender choice.
Dozens of sperm try to penetrate a red embryo against a dark blue background.
Illustration by Jaelen Brock

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