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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.
17 November 2014
In an Australian first, Virtus Health comprising Melbourne IVF, Queensland Fertility Group and IVFAustralia has introduced karyomapping.
6 November 2014
Prof Michael Chapman reinforced the message that Australia is a world leader in safe IVF as fertility specialists focus on single embryo transfers.
5 August 2014
Virtus Health calls for a review of the timing of contractual surrogacy in Australia.
24 May 2014
A national survey revealed more than half of respondents had surprising misconceptions about the impact of age on a woman’s fertility.
12 May 2014
At IVF Australia we recognise the distress that past anonymous sperm donation practices have caused.
19 March 2014
Recent article raises concern over the overuse of IVF in cases of subfertility and unexplained fertility.
23 January 2014
IVF Australia announced today they are an Official Supporter of Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras 2014.
28 November 2013
There was a recent media report that cast doubt on the value of the Anti Mullerian Hormone blood test.
5 November 2013
Typically most people spend their twenties and thirties focused on contraception without giving a thought to conception.
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.