In Vitro Fertilisation has helped people in Africa and around the world to have families.
Although the number of children conceived through in vitro fertilisation born with abnormalities remains extremely low, a recent study in Kenya shows that the risk of genetic disorders is higher.
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Confronted with skyrocketing IVF costs at home, North American couples are packing their bags, making an overseas trip and returning home with a special souvenir.
The new drug letrozole is more effective in helping women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) achieve pregnancy than the…
Sperm grown from the frozen testicle tissue of newborn mice has been used to produce healthy offspring, according to a new…
Way before the birds and the bees.
It’s Nobel season and who could forget IVF pioneer Sir Robert Edwards who won the accolade for medicine in 2010? More than ever before, reproductive medicine is throwing up new treatments and answers to…