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CONTENTS Issue #1054
COMMENT
The challenges of international surrogacy arrangements in the climate of COVID-19.
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The challenges of international surrogacy arrangements in the climate of COVID-19.
6 July 2020 - by Sarah Williams
International commercial surrogacy arrangements are inherently complex and unpredictable at the best of times... [Read More]
HFEA publishes 2018 trends in fertility treatment
6 July 2020 - by Charlott Repschlager
The Human Fertility and Embryology Authority (HFEA) has published its latest analysis on trends in fertility treatment, based on data from across the UK in 2018... [Read More]
Delay in IVF treatment up to 180 days does not affect success rates
6 July 2020 - by Dr Katie Howe
Women who wait up to six months for fertility treatment have similar rates of live births to those who are treated within three months, according to data from an IVF clinic in the US... [Read More]
Organoids suggest COVID-19 virus can infect human brain cells
6 July 2020 - by Bethany Muller
Researchers used stem cell-derived brain organoids to show that COVID-19 can infect and replicate inside brain cells... [Read More]
Fertility preservation is effective in female cancer patients
6 July 2020 - by Dr Catherine Hill
The largest study looking at long-term outcomes of fertility preservation in female cancer patients has demonstrated how successful it can be, in particular for breast cancer patients... [Read More]
Next-generation genomic research platform launched in the UK for COVID-19
6 July 2020 - by Dr Nicoletta Charolidi
Genomics England has launched a new, secure, data-processing platform for global COVID-19 genomic research... [Read More]
Bioengineering repairs uterus resulting in live births in rabbits
6 July 2020 - by Bernie Owusu-Yaw
Researchers looking for an alternative to uterus transplants successfully restored uterine structure and function in rabbits using bioengineered uterine tissue... [Read More]
Breast cancer drug depletes ovarian reserve in mice
6 July 2020 - by Dr Rachael Boyle
A drug used to treated breast cancer has been shown to deplete stores of immature ovarian eggs in mice... [Read More]
Podcast Review: Today in Focus - A journey to Greece for solo IVF during the pandemic
6 July 2020 - by Ëlo Luik
'I wanted to write about loss in a time of a pandemic', says Laura Barton, a music journalist, about why she began taking notes on her trip to Greece for solo IVF... [Read More]
Series Review: All Our Eggs
6 July 2020 - by Katy Lindemann
Letter to a bunch of cells: There is a tsunami of love waiting for you out there. Hope you're comfy in there. I want you to know this uterus has never been used by the likes of you. You're the first. You should feel very, very special. P.S. Please hold on tight. Love Mum xx... [Read More]

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