Comment:In this release, IVFDaily provides links to the role of IVF in Japans ageing population, some disconcerting reports of autism in IVF children , an exciting use of Blastocoel fluids and new information on centriole function and male infertility.
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Microfluidic sorting selects sperm for clinical use with reduced DNA damage compared to density gradient centrifugation with swim-up in split semen sa
While microfluidic sorting of unprocessed semen allowed for the selection of clinically usable, highly motile sperm with nearly undetectable levels of DNA fragmentation, standard processing by density-gradient centrifugation with swim-up did not increase DNA fragmentation in an infertile population. The proposed microfluidic technology offers a flow-free approach to sort sperm, requiring no peripheral equipment or filtration step, while minimizin
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International evidence-based guideline for the assessment and management of polycystic ovary syndrome 2018
We endorse the Rotterdam PCOS diagnostic criteria in adults (two of clinical or biochemicalhyperandrogenism, ovulatory dysfunction, or polycystic ovaries on ultrasound) and where irregular menstrual cycles
and hyperandrogenism are present, highlight that ultrasound is not necessary in diagnosis.
UK’s equality watchdog insists on transgender fertility services
The UK’s equality watchdog has demanded that the country’s National Health Service offer scarce fertility services to transitioning transgender people. At the moment, 208 clinical commissioning groups around the UK decide whether to provide the “gamete extraction and storage” services to patients, but the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) claims that many will not provide these to transgender patients.
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IVF Lab Renovation or Relocation – The Hidden Opportunity [LifeAir Online news item]
If you’re currently planning to renovate or relocate your IVF lab, read on. There are countless details and decisions to successfully undertake this scale of project. Cost, downtime, patients, equipment, staff, schedules—but don’t forget one of the most important decision opportunities: improving air purity. This one decision has been scientifically proven to significantly increase pregnancy rates and embryo quality.