study reveals genetic changes that lead to PCOS, findings that are helping to explain why the disorder occurs. Endocrinologist Corrine Welt, M.D., a clinician at the Utah Diabetes Center, describes what the study shows and what it might mean for women with the condition.">

Sep 8, 2015 — Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is the leading cause of infertility in reproductive age women. A new study reveals genetic changes that lead to PCOS, findings that are helping to explain why the disorder occurs. Endocrinologist Corrine Welt, M.D., a clinician at the Utah Diabetes Center, describes what the study shows and what it might mean for women with the condition.