Sperm Separation For Gender Selection

Sperm separation is a method used to separate the X and the Y sperm to greatly increase chances for gender selection. It has a success rate of 91% for baby girls and approximately 76% for boys.

Sperm Separation for Genetic Disease Prevention

Also referred to as sperm sorting, this technique may be used to prevent (male offspring)  x-linked diseases such as hemophilia, duchenne muscular dystrophy, Lesche-Nyhan syndrome and x-linked mental retardation