Families of men with fertility problems show distinct patterns of increased risk for several types of cancer

Human Reproduction Press Release
For the first time researchers have identified patterns of risk for several different types of cancer in men with fertility problems and their families.

Applications for the 2024 ESHRE/EBCOG EFRM exam are now open

With a collaboration stemming back 20 years, ESHRE and the European Board and College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology (EBCOG) are pleased to announce the applications for this year’s exam are now open. The applications are open until 30 April 2024 at 12h00 CEST (or until maximum capacity is reached).

Declining global fertility rates and the implications for family planning and family building

An IFFS consensus document based on a narrative review of the literature published in HRU
Family-planning policies have focused on contraceptive approaches to avoid unintended pregnancies, postpone, or terminate pregnancies and mitigate population growth. These policies have contributed to significantly slowing world population growth.

They’re back – ESHREs Research Grants!

This is your opportunity to get support in realising your research, by submitting your Expression of Interest and be in for a chance to win one of two grants, equaling the value of 350 000 Euro. Theme for GRANT 2024-1 is: 'Improving Fertility Treatment Decision-Making Through Artificial Intelligence', theme for GRANT 2024-2: 'The Influence of Environmental Pollutants on Fertility'.

Applications are open until 1 April 2024 at 17:00 CEST.