In Germany PBA is an alternative to preimplantation genetic diagnosis , which may result to dependence on the result of the termination of the pregnancy with all the associated mental and physical stress. The disadvantages of PBA are: hereditary diseases transmitted can not be diagnosed by the father, and in the case of autosomal recessive diseases eggs that would have resulted in the birth of healthy heterozygous carriers are discarded. In Germany, PBA for monogenic diseases is currently performed only at two centers, Beck and Regensburg.

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