Still little known about outcome in this increasingly popular fertility service
Controversial procedure is tested in a randomised trial
Results derived from huge register study involving more than 1.2 million fathers
European IVF pregnancy rates now steady at around 36%, according to ESHRE monitoring
'The first time that isolated human follicles have survived in a decellularised human scaffold'
Fertility clinics urged to make patient-centred care for single women 'a high priority'
Scientists say they have developed the most robust model yet to estimate how likely a woman is to have a chromosomally normal embryo for IVF depending on her age.
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A Queensland woman has won the right to use her dead boyfriend's sperm to have a baby.
The ruling sets a legal precedent in Queensland for women wanting to use the sperm of their late partners to have children. It is currently illegal in Queensland for a man's sperm to be harvested, stored or transported without his written consent.