Great news for women considering elective egg freezing in Israel with new regulations having increased the number of cycles allowed by law from 4 to 6 and the number of eggs you can freeze from 20 to 35. A US study published in Fertility and… Read More »Elective egg freezing – some findings and good news from Israel!
The European Commission has published a proposal for revised legislation on blood, tissues and cells.
The proposal is for a new Regulation on standards of quality and safety for substances of human origin intended for human application. If adopted by the Parliament and Council, this Regulation will replace the Tissues and Cells Directive from 2004 and has the potential to… Read More »The European Commission has published a proposal for revised legislation on blood, tissues and cells.
A report, which compares services and prices among 36 fertility clinics from 12 different countries most active when it comes to fertility tourism in providing treatments to foreign clients, or having clients travelling to other destinations for ART. The ambition is contributing with knowledge and… Read More »Prices & services comparison among fertility clinics in 11 EU countries, UK and USA
A report, which compares services and prices among 15 private Danish fertility clinics with the ambition of contributing with knowledge and insight to make qualified decisions on the basis of. Specifically, the report contains graphic illustrations where prices are compared for the services: IUI, IVF,… Read More »Prices & services comparison among 15 private fertility clinics in Denmark
MAR (medically assisted reproduction) has grown 30% the last decade in Australia and reached a ratio of 6,7% of all births. The attached study published in Human Reproduction highlights a 55% rise in ART use in women of 40 years and older and thereby address… Read More »MAR has grown 30% the last decade in Australia