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.
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.
Early oocyte denudation does not compromise ICSI cycle outcome: a large retrospective cohort study
Osama Naji, Natalie Moska, Yaser Dajani, Awatuf El-Shirif, Hassan El-Ashkar, Mohamed M. Hosni, Mohamed Khalil, Yacoub Khalaf, Virginia Bolton, Tarek El-Toukhy
Predicting live birth for poor ovarian responders: the PROsPeR concept
Philippe Lehert, Wai Chin, Joan Schertz, Thomas D'Hooghe, Carlo Alviggi, Peter Humaidan
Cutting-edge microscopy has unveiled a structure inside sperm that may play a key role in infertility and birth defects.
Dr Kay Elder revealed the mystery benefactor's role at a discussion co-organised by the Progress Educational Trust, which publishes BioNews, at the Cheltenham Science Festival this month. Without Howell's financial backing, the groundbreaking work in IVF by Professor Sir Robert Edwards, Dr Patrick Steptoe and Jean Purdy at Bourn Hall in Cambridgeshire in 1976, would not have been possible.
Risks, Safety & Controversies in ART
This Congress is unique and first of it's kind globally dealing with the risks and controversial area associated with assisted conception
The charity Womb Transplant UK has announced that it will carry out the first womb transplant in the UK by the end of 2018, with living as well as deceased donors.
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