2 September 2013
Melbourne IVF together with the Royal Women’s Hospital announced the world’s first pregnancy from ovarian tissue grafted in the anterior abdominal wall.
19 May 2013
The Embryoscope combines an incubator, a microscope and a time-lapse camera to provide IVF specialists with a continuous record of an embryo’s development.
IVFAustralia’s leading fertility specialists pay tribute to the late Sir Robert Edwards, pioneer of IVF
24 April 2013
Sir Robert Edwards and Patrick Steptoe ere the IVF pioneers achieving the most significant advance in the history of reproductive medicine through IVF.
7 February 2013
Professor Michael Chapman comments on the findings of a British study released this week.
‘Experimental’ label on social egg freezing lifted by world’s leading fertility professional organisation, ASRM
14 November 2012
IVFAustralia welcomes American Society for Reproductive Medicine announcing its position to lift the ‘experimental’ label from egg freezing.
29 October 2012
Professor Michael Chapman comments on the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare report, Assisted reproductive technology in Australia and New Zealand.
17 June 2012
The results of the first randomised study into a form of PGD has found it increases the pregnancy rates in IVF patients.
7 May 2012
Medical Director of IVFAustralia Peter Illingworth comments on The University of Adelaide's study.
IVFAustralia responds to Victorian Parliament Law Reform Committee's Final Report on the Inquiry into Access by Donor-Conceived People to Information about Donors
31 March 2012
IVFAustralia's response to Victorian Parliament Law Reform Committee's Final Report on the Inquiry into Access by Donor-Conceived People to Information
27 February 2012
Stem cells in the ovary which continue to create immature eggs throughout adulthood could offer hope in the future for women whose ovaries have been damaged.
2 December 2011
Give your spare embryo away to help others.
11 November 2011
Couples who have repeated miscarriages and men with severe sperm problems, have been given renewed hope of having their own biological children.