We are very happy to announce that from 13th February 2018 a new season of webinars for embryologists, ART practioners will start.
A divorced couple's legal battle over their frozen embryos has reached the Colorado Supreme Court.
Using fresh embryos in IVF gives the same chance of a live birth as using frozen embryos for ovulatory women, according to two new studies.
Men who regularly take the maximum recommended dose of ibuprofen may be at an increased risk of fertility issues.
in vitro gametogenesis (IVG) and synthetic human entities with embryo-like features (SHEEFs)
The NHS should offer patients the chance to freeze their eggs before they receive treatments that could damage their fertility, say new guidelines published by the British Fertility Society (BFS).
An 'obstacle device' has been developed by scientists in the United States which can select the fastest and healthiest sperm to use in assisted reproductive techniques.
Exposure to paracetamol during pregnancy may reduce the fertility of female offspring, suggests research in rats and mice.
February 2, 2018 | Hyatt Regency Creek Heights, Dubai Health Care City, Dubai UAE
Orchid Fertility in affiliation with NorthWestern Medicine is pleased to welcome you to the 2nd edition of our conference on advancements in reproductive medicine in Dubai. This year the conference will focus on the latest in fertility treatments to bring together speakers who are renowned experts in their respective fields.
This event will be accredited by Dubai Health Authority for CME credits.
Delegate Fee: AED 550
Early Bird Fee: AED 450 (For registrations before December 31, 2017)
Fee Payments can be made any time at Orchid Fertility until Feb 1, 2017. Or onsite on February 2, 2018 before 8.30am.
For registration please visit our website: http://www.orchid-fertility.com/conference/
Every embryo generated during an IVF treatment cycle is used first and foremost for treatment; after fresh embryo transfer, surplus healthy embryos are frozen for future treatment. If these are no longer required, due to completion of family or other reasons, they can be donated for approved research projects. These surplus embryos are an immensely valuable and unique resource.