Previvo Genetics, Inc.

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Previvo is a medical device company that utilizes patented technology to facilitate the capture of embryos without the processes used with In Vitro Fertilization (IVF). Previvo Uterine Lavage is a novel medical device that enables the recovery of in vivo (inside the body) embryos from the uterus of a woman. The medical device includes an intrauterine Lavage Catheter, a Lavage Controller, and a collection system. Once embryos are recovered, they can be biopsied and screened for specific genetic diseases to assist families with fertility planning. Previvo Uterine Lavage offers a potentially more natural and healthier alternative to in vitro Fertilization (IVF) embryo collection processes.

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