A woman in Melbourne, Australia, has won the right to have IVF treatment using donor sperm, without the consent of her estranged husband.
France's national consultative committee on bioethics (CCNE) has said that single women and gay women should be able to access IVF and other assisted reproductive technologies. Currently these treatments are available only to heterosexual couples in France.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission (ERHC) is preparing to sue NHS England over its failure to offer fertility preservation services to transgender patients.
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Sperm quality and pregnancy outcomes in IVF may be improved with frequent ejaculation, a new study suggests.
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Plastics that do not contain bisphenol A (BPA) – a compound known to harm reproductive health – may not necessarily be any safer than those that do, experiments in mice have shown.
The age at which a woman freezes her eggs has a significant impact on IVF success when they are thawed, suggests a new report by the UK's fertility regulator.
A study looking at whether frozen or fresh embryo transfers yield the best outcomes for IVF patients has found that the best technique varies from person to person, depending on their cycle so far.