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News: IVF not linked to breast cancer, large study shows

07 August 2016 by Dr Marianne Kennedy

IVF treatment does not increase a woman's risk of developing breast cancer later in life, a study has found. The research, conducted in the Netherlands, looked at over 25,000 women who had undergone IVF treatment 21 years earlier on average. It confirms other studies, including a US study in 2013 involving 87,000 women, that showed no increased risk of breast cancer.

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News: One in three couples conceive naturally after IVF failure

07 August 2016 by Dr Linda Wijlaars

Around one in three women conceive naturally in the six years after discontinuing fertility treatment, an internet survey of over 400 women has found.

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Webinar: Next Week's Webinar- Best Practices in IVF Cell Culturing

05 August 2016 by Matt Holmes

There is still time to register to join next week’s complimentary webinar entitled, “Real World Best Practices in IVF Cell Culturing- Continuous pH monitoring.”

Date and Time: Tue, Aug 9, 2016 11:30 AM PDT – 2:30 PM EDT

Presenters: Klaus Wiemer PhD, Lab Director of POMA Fertility and
Steve Geelhood, Project Manager of SAFE Sens

 

 

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Conference: 2nd announcement of " Chet Int Ferti Col 2016"

03 August 2016 by Department of Andrology and Reproductive Medicine
2nd announcement of " Chet Int Ferti Col 2016"

The Department of Andrology and Reproductive Medicine is organizing Chettinad International Fertility Colloquium on September 25th 2016 (Sunday), in Lecture Hall 3 (Mini Auditorium),Chettinad Health City.

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News: First baby born from frozen ovarian tissue in UK

31 July 2016 by Rebecca Carr

A cancer patient in Edinburgh has become the first woman in the UK to have a child following a transplant of her frozen ovarian tissue. The birth adds to the growing number of children born following ovarian tissue transplants worldwide.

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Announcement: Second World Congress on Embryo Transfer & Intrauterine Insemination

28 July 2016 by WETI
Second World Congress on Embryo Transfer & Intrauterine Insemination

The World Congress on Embryo Transfer & Intrauterine Insemination. Endorsed by IVF Lite Foundation, India and Organized by Zimt Conferences & Seminars Organizing Company, Dubai, UAE. The Second World Congress on Embryo Transfer & Intrauterine Insemination

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Announcement: Hands on ivf training for Gynaecologist &Embryologist at chennai fertility center and Research Institute

22 July 2016 by Dr.VM.Thomas
Hands on ivf training for Gynaecologist &Embryologist at chennai fertility center and Research Institute

Chennai fertility center and Research Institute cordillay invites to participate 22nd batch of IVF intensive hands on training for clinician as well as Embryologist starting from 1st Aug 2016 to 14th Aug 2016.The Hands on course will run by World renowned Embryologist Dr.VM.Thomas-team.

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News: Eggs successfully grown from two-year-old cancer patient

17 July 2016 by Dr Rosie Gilchrist

A two-year-old girl has become the youngest person to undergo a new technique that could preserve her fertility after chemotherapy.

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News: Sperm donor children with single parents 'well adjusted'

17 July 2016 by Rachel Siden

Donor-conceived children born to single women are equally well adjusted as those from two-parent donor-conceived families, according to a recent UK study examining the views of single mothers and children aged between four and nine years old.

'At an age at which children begin to understand their family circumstances, they continue to function well,' said researcher Dr Sophie Zadeh of the Centre for Family Research at the University of Cambridge.

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News: Virus linked to unexplained infertility in women

17 July 2016 by Dr Lanay Tierney

A little-known virus has been found in the uteruses of around half of women with unexplained infertility, a study has found.

The findings, if confirmed, could potentially lead to antiviral treatments for the approximately 25 percent of women whose infertility has no medical explanation.  

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