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Which of the following prenatal genetic testing methods is done
in conjunction with in vitro fertilization?
a. Amniocentesis
b. Chorionic villus sampling
c. Preimplantation genetic diagnosis
d. All of the above are usually performed with in vitro fertilization.

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