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Announcement: University of Mysore MSc in Clinical Embryology & Pre-implantation Genetics Admission open for July 2018 batch

06 April 2018 by Dr Yogita
University of Mysore MSc in Clinical Embryology & Pre-implantation Genetics Admission open for July 2018 batch

University of Mysore MSc in Clinical Embryology & Pre-implantation Genetics Admission open for July 2018 batch

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Announcement: IVF Store LLC Announces New One-stop-shop for IVF Products

02 April 2018 by IVF Store
IVF Store LLC Announces New One-stop-shop for IVF Products

IVF STORE, LLC [ivfstore.com] today announced the opening of their virtual doors, bringing a new experience and way of ordering laboratory supplies for IVF clinics in the US. The online store provides a convenient and easy way for fertility clinics to purchase laboratory related items at great prices.

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News: Three percent of world may be from ART by 2100

27 March 2018 by Kathryn Ashe

A study predicts that nearly 400 million people in 2100 may be alive as a result of assisted reproductive technologies (ART).

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News: Men with low sperm count at higher risk of health problems

27 March 2018 by Ruth Retassie

Men's sperm count acts a marker of general health, with low counts indicating men are more likely to have other health conditions.

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Journal Updates: Reproductive BioMedicine Online - April 2018 Volume 36, Issue 4

27 March 2018 by Reproductive BioMedicine Online

Articles include:

Origins of mosaicism and criteria for the transfer of mosaic embryos Santiago Munné

Patients with a high proportion of immature and meiotically resistant oocytes experience defective nuclear oocyte maturation patterns and impaired pregnancy outcomes Yuechao Lu, Minerva Ferrer-Buitrago, Mina Popovic, Jitesh Neupane, Winnok H. De Vos, Sylvie Lierman, Etienne Van den Abbeel, Margot Van der Jeught, Dimitra Nikiforaki, Petra De Sutter, Björn Heindryckx

Poor ovarian response as a predictor for live birth in older women undergoing IVF Yoni Cohen, Samer Tannus, Nabigah Alzawawi, Weon-Young Son, Michael Dahan..

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Journal Updates: Human Reproduction - Volume 33, Issue 4 April 2018

27 March 2018 by Human Reproduction

Articles include:

‘Man Up’: the importance and strategy for placing male reproductive health centre stage in the political and research agenda Christopher L R Barratt; Christopher J De Jonge; Richard M Sharpe

Origin and composition of cell-free DNA in spent medium from human embryo culture during preimplantation development M Vera-Rodriguez; A Diez-Juan; J Jimenez-Almazan; S Martinez; R Navarro; V Peinado; A Mercader; M Meseguer; D Blesa; I Moreno; D Valbuena; C Rubio; C Simon

The significance of human spermatozoa vacuoles can be elucidated by a novel procedure of array comparative genomic hybridization Arie Berkovitz; Yaron Dekel; Revital Goldst..

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Announcement: Blastocyst Grading Study

21 March 2018 by Dean Morbeck, PhD, MBA

This is an announcement of a brief study on blastocyst grading. This is a collaborative research project between the Department of Psychological Medicine, University of Auckland and Fertility Associates Auckland. The purpose of the survey is to examine some of the factors involved in embryologists’ decisions to freeze borderline quality blastocysts.

The survey is comprised of around 80 questions and should take less than 30 minutes. Participation is voluntary and all responses are anonymous. The study is sponsored by Fertility Associates, New Zealand.

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News: IVF more successful than ever, says major UK report

19 March 2018 by Dr Kimberley Bryon-Dodd

Fertility treatment in the UK is more successful and safer than ever before, according to a report from the HFEA (Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority).

IVF is now 85 percent more likely to succeed than when records first began in 1991, said the regulator. Over 20,000 babies were born in 2016 as a result of more than 68,000 IVF treatments, an increase of four percent from 2015. The HFEA's new report covers fertility treatment trends and success rates for the 2014-2016 period.

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News: Donor Conceived Register to close as HFEA ends funding

19 March 2018 by Martha Henriques

The UK's Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority has said that it will halt funding for the Donor Conceived Register from the end of May.

The register has facilitated voluntary contact between people in the UK conceived through donated sperm or egg before 1991 and their donors, allowing them to exchange information or get in touch if they wish.

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News: UK region cuts IVF for couples with obese male partner

19 March 2018 by Chandni Patel

The Bath and North East Somerset CCG (Clinical Commissioning Group) has said that it will restrict IVF access to couples where the male partner has a body mass index (BMI) of less than 30.

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