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Journal Updates: Reproductive BioMedicine Online: July 2018 (Volume 37, Issue 1)

18 June 2018 by Reproductive BioMedicine Online
Reproductive BioMedicine Online: July 2018 (Volume 37, Issue 1)

Articles include:

Cryostorage of human gametes and embryos: a reckoning Mina Alikani

Early oocyte denudation does not compromise ICSI cycle outcome: a large retrospective cohort study Osama Naji, Natalie Moska, Yaser Dajani, Awatuf El-Shirif, Hassan El-Ashkar..

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News: New structure found in sperm may help understand infertility

18 June 2018 by Jenny Sharpe

Cutting-edge microscopy has unveiled a structure inside sperm that may play a key role in infertility and birth defects.

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The New Liquid Nitrogen Wireless Datalogger Thermometer TraceableLIVE®. Ideal for monitoring long term sensitive cells that are irreplaceable.

News: Secret millionairess funded research for first IVF baby

18 June 2018 by Shaoni Bhattacharya

Dr Kay Elder revealed the mystery benefactor's role at a discussion co-organised by the Progress Educational Trust, which publishes BioNews, at the Cheltenham Science Festival this month. Without Howell's financial backing, the groundbreaking work in IVF by Professor Sir Robert Edwards, Dr Patrick Steptoe and Jean Purdy at Bourn Hall in Cambridgeshire in 1976, would not have been possible.

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Announcement: 7th Annual Meeting of Academy of clinical Embryologists

18 June 2018 by Alex C Varghese
7th Annual Meeting of Academy of clinical Embryologists

Risks, Safety & Controversies in ART

This Congress is unique and first of it's kind globally dealing with the risks and controversial area associated with assisted conception

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News: First UK womb transplant to take place this year

14 June 2018 by Sarah Pritchard

The charity Womb Transplant UK has announced that it will carry out the first womb transplant in the UK by the end of 2018, with living as well as deceased donors.

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Announcement: IVF.net Supports the Principles of GDPR - Updated Privacy Policy

25 May 2018 by IVF.net

The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new comprehensive data protection law (in effect May 25, 2018) designed to provide consistency for data privacy laws across Europe, to protect and empower European Union citizens, and reshape the way organizations across the region approach personal data and privacy.

At IVF.net, our belief is that privacy and security are of the utmost importance. Since our founding, we have worked to ensure that our technology incorporates data privacy and security measures and complies with all applicable laws. IVF.net supports the fundamental aims of the GDPR and we take data privacy and data protection seriously. We are dedicated to delivering relevant and meaningful direct mail, in ways that protect consumers’ personal data/privacy.

In light of this we have updated our privacy policy which can be seen at https://ivf.net/ivf/pg-privacy.html

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News: Canadian MP's bill to decriminalise surrogacy and donor payments

04 June 2018 by Kulraj Singh Bhangra

A private member's bill aims to decriminalise payments for sperm, eggs and surrogacy in Canada.

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News: Act to widen fertility care access goes to US House and Senate

31 May 2018 by Jennifer Willows

A bill has been introduced into the US Senate and House of Representatives, which, if passed, would significantly widen access to fertility treatment.

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Announcement: Monash Master of Clinical Embryology now on Facebook

25 May 2018 by Mulyoto Pangestu
Monash Master of Clinical Embryology now on Facebook

Education Program in Reproduction and Development (EPRD) is the postgraduate education program of the Monash University Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. The primary aim of EPRD is to foster education and research into reproductive biology. A diverse range of highly qualified researchers and academics contribute considerable expertise to the EPRD's Degree and professional short course programs. Consequently, ERPD is well placed to provide exceptional education and training in the multi-faceted and exciting discipline that this field has become.

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Article: World Embryology Day / World Art Day?

22 May 2018 by Liesl Nel-Themaat

A few months back a requested was made to declare Louise Brown’s birthday (Jul 25) World Art Day, essentially doing away with World Embryology Day. This motion may offend Embryologists across the globe. We therefore are conducting a survey to assess how Embryologists world-wide would react to losing their unique day.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CMQX2FF

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