You’re invited to Anora’s 10-year anniversary event
Dr. William H. Kutteh, MD PhD
Clinical Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center/Professor of Gynecology, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital/Managing Partner Director of Recurrent Pregnancy Loss Center, Fertility Associates of Memphis
Hear more from Dr. Kutteh on our 10-year Anora clinical study
Join us to learn the answers to these questions:
- Why should providers order products of conception (POC) testing?
- How does the Anora miscarriage (POC) test compare to traditional testing methods like karyotyping?
- What are the rates of the types of chromosomal abnormalities detected using Anora?
- How can Anora impact medical workup post pregnancy loss?
*Meal service dependent on eligibility: limited to clinicians with NPI #
When a miscarriage happens, the natural question is “Why?”
Products of conception (POC), or miscarriage, testing, can identify a cause of miscarriage in more than 50-75% of miscarriages, depending on maternal age. Results can not only help explain why a miscarriage occurred, but also help determine whether your patient is at increased risk for a chromosomal abnormality in a future pregnancy.
Ten years of insightful leadership
Anora uses advanced microarray analysis featuring SNP-based technology to determine whether a chromosomal abnormality was the likely cause. Combined with Natera’s exclusive Parental SupportTM technology, Anora’s SNP-based microarray analysis offers clear advantages over traditional POC testing methods.
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2Scott et al. Genet Med. 2010; 12(2):85-92.
3Lathi et al. PLoS One. 2012; 7(3):e31282.