Women may have to wait up for up to eight months for their fertility to return to normal after stopping some forms of contraceptives, new research suggests.
Join us in the upcoming CooperSurgical Educational webinar series from 17 till 20.11.2020 on How to design your study in an IVF clinic or laboratory and Getting your clinical and laboratory data published and a Journal Club on Evaluating risk, safety and efficacy of novel reproductive techniques and therapies in your clinic or laboratory. During the extended Ask the Experts session on Study design and publication, you can ask all your questions to our experts. These webinars are the perfect way to get expert insights from leading names like Chris Barratt, Giovanni Coticchio, Kelly Tilleman and Vrunda Dessai.
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SESSION 40: CLINIC MANAGEMENT OF FERTILITY PRESERVATION - CLINICAL AND TECHNICAL ASPECTS
Tuesday 10 November, 2020. 8PM GMT / 9PM CET / 3PM EST
Moderators: Dr. Filippo Maria Ubaldi, Dr. Francesca Gioia Klinger & Dr. Andrea Borini
Dr. Filippo Maria Ubaldi
Fertility Preservation: Present and Possible Futures.
Dr. Federico Cirillo
Oncology and the Fertility Clinic
Dr. Giovanni Codacci Pisanelli
Fertility Preservation: the Embryologist’s Point of View
Dr. Stefano Canosa on behalf of SIERR
Italian Society of Fertility and Sterility-Reproductive Medicine (SIFES-MR)
The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has released draft guidance for the UK fertility sector, to ensure IVF clinics understand and comply with consumer law.
Tuesday 03 November, 2020. 8PM GMT / 9PM CET / 3PM EST
Moderators: Shaista Sadruddin & Anna McLaughlin
Dr. Sourima Biswas Shivhare
Dr. Natalie Getreu
Dr. Sheela Sadruddin
Organized by the International IVF Initiative
Even a small increase in temperature during sperm production can amplify DNA damage, new research suggests.
A new study has concluded that using CRISPR-based genome editing on embryos makes unintended DNA changes that would be passed on to future generations.
A new study demonstrates that sperm DNA damage, measured by Exact® tests using an alkaline Comet assay, acts as a reliable biomarker for sporadic and recurrent miscarriage in both spontaneous and assisted conception.
Scientists have directly delivered proteins to mouse testes for the first time, in an attempt to treat male infertility.
Success rates for IVF are higher at clinics that shared more information than required by government regulators, researchers at the University of Colorado have reported.