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Australian Fertility Preservation Specialists Report Successful Pregnancy from Cryopreserved Ovarian Tissue

By: Oncofertility Admin -
Categories: Blog, fertility, Fertility Preservation, In the news, Research
By Yogesh Makanji In an Australian first, Monash IVF specialists reported achieving pregnancy in a 43-year-old woman after transplanting her cryopreserved ovarian tissue. Professor Gab Kovacs, Director of Monash IVF, Melbourne Australia, reported that his team had restored fertility in a woman by transplanting her…
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What’s All the Hype about Ovarian Hyperstimulation? The Safety of High-Dose Hormones Used in IVF

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Categories: Blog, ethics, fertility
A recent New York Times article shares the story of Debra Demidon, who developed severe ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS) after undergoing IVF. This potentially life-threatening condition caused her to gain more than 30 pounds of fluid and have trouble breathing, and ultimately landed her in…
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It’s safe…right? Possible risks of IVF

By: Miranda Bernhardt -
Categories: Blog, In the news
Mouse 2-cell embryo Photo: Miranda Bernhardt The options available to couples facing infertility are increasing, whether or not a cancer diagnosis is involved.  Assisted reproductive technologies (ARTs), such as in vitro fertilization (IVF), are becoming more and more common, and millions of healthy babies have been…
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