IVF ‘add-on’s don’t add up

On 4 December I took a day off and attended Progress Educational Trust’s one-day conference “Reality Check: A Realistic Look at Assisted Reproduction”. It was a stimulating, thought-provoking discussion on…

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The rush to IVF 

Since the birth of the first baby conceived through in vitro fertilization in 1978, the evaluation and treatment of the patient with infertility have undergone significant change and has influenced…

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Your body tells the story

Many issues contribute to infertility. The delicate tissues, glands and organs of the female reproductive system function poorly when under constant mechanical stress and strain. However, the mechanical origin of…

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