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3 September 2019
Study finds that any effect that assisted reproduction technology has on babies’ genes is largely corrected by adulthood.
Innovative Artificial Intelligence tool pioneered by Australian scientists to increase success rates in IVF pregnancies gains international interest
24 May 2019
International medical and scientific community interest is growing in the innovative Australian technology which uses artificial intelligence.
11 October 2018
New data has been presented on the predictive value of the new artificial intelligence tool, Ivy.
15 August 2018
IVFAustralia welcomes the research to be conducted by Professor Robert McLachlan, of the Hudson Institute of Medical Research.
3 July 2018
IVFAustralia’s Liza Tilia, PGD supervisor/Senior Embryologist presented results of a study about using polarised light to select eggs to develop an embryo
Innovative Artificial Intelligence tool pioneered by Australian scientists to increase success rates in IVF pregnancies
27 June 2018
Innovative Artificial Intelligence tool pioneered by IVFAustralia's scientists to increase success rates in IVF pregnancies
27 November 2017
Our experience is that providing the child with clear information about their genetic origins is a critical part of the welfare of the child and family.
Italian study published in Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynaecology this week suggesting a risk of premature births following IVF is seriously flawed
21 November 2017
This study is not consistent with a significant database of existing studies of IVF single embryo transfer where effects on preterm birth rate are very small.
12 September 2017
In response to media reports this week we would like to make it clear that the Virtus Health fertility specialists are leaders in their field.
The first Australians to use Karyomapping genetic testing - deliver healthy babies on same day in different states
11 August 2015
In an Australian first, two families have delivered healthy babies on the same day one in Melbourne the other Sydney conceived using karyomapping.
16 June 2015
A nationwide analysis of more than 8000 ART children finds no difference in educational test scores.
15 June 2015
Women with endometriosis are at an increased risk of miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy, according to results of a huge nationwide study of 14,000+ subjects.