A new algorithm can determine male fertility at a faster and more accurate rate than previously possible, according to research by UK startup Bayezian. The breakthrough arrives amid growing issues for couples trying to get pregnant. A recent report from the World Health Organisation estimated that one in six people globally is now affected by infertility. Despite perceptions that its womens business, men now contribute to approximately 50% of fertility problems. Indeed, the male factor has become a growing concern. Recent research found that sperm counts have dropped by more than 50% over the past 45 years, with double the…

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