Homepage  /  News

IVF News & Jobs

News: Ireland to offer state-funded IVF

12 October 2017 by Georgia Everett

For the first time couples in Ireland will be eligible for financial aid for fertility treatments, after the Government signed off new proposals last week.

Health Minister Simon Harris presented a draft of the Assisted Human Reproduction (AHR) Bill to Cabinet, which included an examination of how other countries, particularly the United Kingdom, have funded IVF treatments in order to see which scheme would work best in Ireland.

Share IVF News on FaceBook   Share IVF News on Twitter   

Conference: East Meets West: Cutting Edge in Fertility Science

05 October 2017 by Orchid Fertility Dubai
East Meets West: Cutting Edge in Fertility Science

Orchid Fertility welcomes you to the newest edition of our conference on ‘East Meets West: Cutting Edge in Fertility Science’ taking place on February 2nd 2018 at the ‘Hyatt Regency Creek Heights’ Dubai, UAE. The conference will bring together experts in the field of womens’ health and infertility to enjoy a cutting edge programme of high profile, scientific international speakers and an exhibition. The event offers a unique opportunity for sponsors to engage on a face-to-face level with an influential audience working within fertility and reproductive medicine.

Share IVF News on FaceBook   Share IVF News on Twitter   

News: Genome editing targets beta-thalassemia in human embryos

02 October 2017 by Dr Rachel Brown

A genome editing technique called 'base editing' has been used to correct the mutation causing the inherited blood disorder beta-thalassemia in human embryos.

Share IVF News on FaceBook   Share IVF News on Twitter   

IVF Journal Updates: Reproductive BioMedicine Online: October 2017 (Volume 35, Issue 4)

01 October 2017 by Reproductive BioMedicine Online
Reproductive BioMedicine Online: October 2017 (Volume 35, Issue 4)

Articles include:

Human-animal chimeras: circumventing rather than discussing ethical concerns comes at a price Wybo Dondorp, Martin H. Johnson

Live births after embryo selection using morphokinetics versus conventional morphology: a retrospective analysis Simon Fishel, Alison Campbell, Sue Montgomery, Rachel Smith, Lynne Nice, Samantha Duffy, Lucy Jenner, Kathyrn Berrisford, Louise Kellam, Rob Smith, Ivy D'Cruz, Ashley Beccles

Weight decrease improves live birth rates in obese women undergoing IVF: a pilot study Juan J. Espinós, Ana Polo, Juan Sánchez-Hernández, Ramón Bordas, Pere Pares, Olga Mart&ia..

Share IVF News on FaceBook   Share IVF News on Twitter   

News: INDIVIDUAL HANDS ON TRAINING FOR EMBRYOLOGISTS

01 October 2017 by Marc Van den Bergh
INDIVIDUAL HANDS ON TRAINING FOR EMBRYOLOGISTS

HANDS ON TRAINING IN ART

Share IVF News on FaceBook   Share IVF News on Twitter   

News: Announcement of embryology training dates-November

29 September 2017 by Dr Yogita

Asia pacific institute of embryology (ASPIER), one of the best training institutes in the world is now accepting admissions for November batch.

Known for its intensive hands on approach with the aim of developing skills in embryology, particularly in ICSI & vitrification.

Share IVF News on FaceBook   Share IVF News on Twitter   

News: One IVF pregnancy raises chance of second time success

25 September 2017 by Chandni Patel

Women who miscarry during their first IVF cycle still have a higher chance of a live birth with subsequent treatment, compared with women who do not get pregnant after their first round.

Share IVF News on FaceBook   Share IVF News on Twitter   

News: Call for Australia to allow mitochondrial donation techniques

25 September 2017 by Jenny Sharpe

A campaign has been launched in Australia to overturn laws preventing couples from accessing mitochondrial donation.

Share IVF News on FaceBook   Share IVF News on Twitter   

News: First genome editing of human embryos by UK scientists

25 September 2017 by Paul Waldron

UK scientists have successfully edited the genome of human embryos to study the role of a gene key to the earliest stages of development.

Share IVF News on FaceBook   Share IVF News on Twitter   

News: Male obesity linked to poorer sperm

25 September 2017 by Shaoni Bhattacharya

Men with obesity are more likely to have a poorer quality and quantity of sperm than men of a healthier weight, suggests a new study.

Share IVF News on FaceBook   Share IVF News on Twitter   



Join Our Newsletter - Don't Miss Anything!!!

Stay in touch with the latest news by subscribing to our regular email newsletters