Your chance to contribute to the ESHRE Recommendations; stakeholder review is open!

Three recommendations projects have reached the final stages of development and stakeholder review.
Do you have an interest in PGT or time lapse technology? This is your chance to take a first look at the suggested recommendations, but also to check whether the recommendations are relevant, appropriate and acceptable in your local context. Do let us know your opinion by completing the review form and mailing it to us.
The draft papers, review forms and the respective deadlines for submitting comments are available under the link.
If you interest lies with deep endometriosis surgery, check again in a few days.. we are making final changes to the draft recommendations paper and we will publish them very soon.


ESHRE saddened by the death of one of the true pioneers of IVF

The ESHRE community has expressed its sadness to learn of the death of Professor Ian Craft, one of the true pioneers of IVF. Professor Craft died suddenly and unexpectedly at his home in London on 3 June.


Stress during early pregnancy is linked to reduced reproductive function in male offspring

Human Reproduction Press Release
Men whose mothers were exposed to stressful life events while they were in the first 18 weeks of pregnancy may have reduced sperm counts when they become adults, according to a study published today in Human Reproduction.


Beware of fraudulent websites and e-mails

We would like to draw your special attention to the risks of fraudulent websites that pretend to offer registration and hotel accommodation for our ESHRE 2019 Annual Meeting. Note that www.eshre.eu and www.eshre2019.eu are the only official websites. Beware of agencies and websites offering services linked to the Annual Meeting in Vienna (mostly registration and accommodation). These organisations are not linked to ESHRE and are using our name and /or logo without authorisation.


Join us in Vienna

ESHRE 2019 Vienna

Meet the new editor-in-chief of Molecular Human Reproduction

ESHRE Journals

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