Groundbreaking Fertility Announcments at Europe’s IVF Conference

Europe’s largest IVF conference came to a close with lots of exciting fertility announcements. From two-year-olds having fertility intervention to a study on cumulative pregnancy rates there was lots of good news this year.

The European Society of Human Reproduction & Embryology (ESHRE)  held its annual meeting in early July in Helsinki. Access Fertility attended to keep abreast of the latest developments. We’ve picked our favourites to share with you.

Eggs Frozen from a 2-year-old Cancer Patient

Our Partner Clinic Oxford Fertility announced a two-year old girl is the youngest in the world to use Artificial Reproductive Technology to preserve her fertility.

Professor Timothy Child explained that a new technique was used on the little girl before she embarked on chemotherapy for cancer treatment.

The technique involved a minimally invasive surgery to remove some of her ovarian tissue and immature eggs from her ovaries. These eggs were matured in the lab before being frozen.

You can read the full article here.

Further Research on Cumulative Cycle Approach

All Access Fertility programmes have been created based on the premise that a woman’s chance of having a live birth increases if she has more than one fresh treatment cycle.

Researches from Copenhagen University Hospital announced that a review of 20,000 Danish couples found 65% had children within three years.

You can read the full article here.

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