Draft guidelines for consultation
||The consultation of the Revised guidelines for good practice in IVF laboratories (2015) will be open from 9 September to 21 October 2015.
You can find the draft version of the guideline and the reviewer comments form here.
To submit your comments, please complete the reviewer comments form and send it to email@example.com before 21 October 2015.
|The ESHRE IVF labs guideline development group would like to thank you in advance for your contribution.
Human Reproduction: Press release
Women who have ovarian tissue removed, stored and then transplanted back to them at a later date have a good chance of successfully becoming pregnant, according to a review of the largest series of ovarian transplants performed worldwide.
Focus on Reproduction September 2015
Featured in this issue
Another record-breaking Annual Meeting
The maturity of reproductive medicine
From assisted to artificial reproduction
The one-in-a-million baby
Stem cells in reproductive medicine: ready for the patient?
Research in stem cells and regenerative medicine is growing in scope, and its translation to the clinic is heralded by the recent initiation of controlled clinical trials with pluripotent derived cells. Unfortunately, stem cell ‘treatments’ are currently offered to patients outside of the controlled framework of scientifically sound research and regulated clinical trials. Both physicians and patients in reproductive medicine are often unsure about stem cells therapeutic options. Are there effective and clinically validated stem cell-based therapies for reproductive diseases?
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Human Reproduction : Editor's Highlight
Prof. Hans Evers, Editor-in-Chief of Human Reproduction casts an eye on the October 2015 issue and choses his own highlight.
This month's highlight 'The weight of an embryo' is based on the paper of Tjon-Kon-Fat R.I., et al., Is IVF—served two different ways—more cost-effective than IUI with controlled ovarian hyperstimulation?
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Print your ESHRE 2015 certificate of attendance
|You can find the access code in your registration confirmation letter or on your entrance badge. With this form, you can also print a certificate for your oral or poster presentation (if applicable).
Guideline on psychosocial care in infertility and MAR is published
"Routine psychosocial care in infertility and medically assisted reproduction – A guide for fertility staff"
is the new ESHRE guideline developed by the psychology guideline development group.
The guideline development group is proud to announce that the new guideline is now available on the ESHRE website.
You can read the guideline and find all available details on this page.