2018 Southwest Embryology Summit - Jan. 5-6, 2018 - Phoenix, Arizona
2 Day Educational Conference, earning 1.20 CEUs.
REGISTRATION is $75.00 and REGISTRATION is OPEN, www.theswes.org
The meeting focuses on issues we encounter in the Clinical ART laboratory, aiming to create stimulating discussions in our usual interactive setting.
Men living in areas with higher air pollution are also more likely to have a higher proportion of abnormally shaped sperm.
Children conceived using assisted reproductive techniques (ART) have a greater risk of congenital heart defects (CHDs) compared with children born through spontaneous conception, according to research.
Women who had fertility treatments were a third less likely to deliver a baby if they had low levels of vitamin D compared with women who sufficient vitamin D, a review study has found.
The New York fertility clinic is facing two lawsuits from couples whose children, conceived using donor eggs from the centre, have Fragile X syndrome.
Charlene Herbemont, Solmaz Sarandi, Jeremy Boujenah, Isabelle Cedrin-Durnerin, Nathalie Sermondade, Alexandre Vivot, Christophe Poncelet, Michael Grynberg, Christophe Sifer
Tarek El-Toukhy, Julia Y. Kopeika, Yusuf Beebeejaun, Omar El Tokhy, Jyotsna Pundir, Yacoub Khalaf
Norbert Gleicher, Vitaly A. Kushnir, David A. Albertini, David H. Barad
A woman has been denied legal parenthood of her surrogate-born child because she is single, despite being the genetic mother.
Men with infertility experience stigmatisation and a lack of support, a first survey on the subject found.
Using just one embryo during IVF results in a much higher chance of a healthy pregnancy and birth, according to a study presented at the annual meeting of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine.
A US surrogate has been united with her genetic child who she carried alongside the intended parents' embryo in an apparent case of superfetation.