The Best of ASRM and ESHRE 2021 sessions on-demand

We are grateful for another succesful meeting and would like to thank you for your participation. We hope you enjoyed it and look forward to welcoming you to ESHRE 2021.
Registered participants can login here to watch the sessions on-demand. It is not too late to register, you can still complete your registration for on-demand access.
The exhibit will remain available until 12 July via the platform or via the conference app. Participants who register for the scientific programme and attend sessions can download a certificate of attendance after completing an evaluation first on the platform.


Could environmental pollution from industry contribute to cryptorchidism increase?

Human Reproduction Press Release
‘Landmark study’ suggests research should focus more on exposure to major industrial pollutants rather than low-level exposure to chemicals in food, says expert commentator
Environmental pollution from industries such as coal mining and metal works may play a role in the increasing numbers of boys born with undescended testicles, according to a study published in Human Reproduction.


ESHRE 2021 registrations now open

We are pleased to announce the opening of registrations for this year’s ESHRE 37th Annual Meeting – 26 June to 1 July.
Members as well as non-members will have to register, to have access to the virtual meeting programme. Members of ESHRE (in good standing order at the time of registration) will have the opportunity to register at strongly reduced registration fees, making a saving of 100 Euro.


The ethics of expanded carrier screening in couples seeking non-donor assisted reproduction

A paper from ESHRE’s Ethics Committee providing ethical guidance for the responsible implementation of extended carrier screening (ECS) to patients seeking assisted reproduction using their own gamete has now been published in HROpen.