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Find out more about the latest news at Melbourne IVF, including scientific breakthroughs, growth within our network, and research papers.

Melbourne IVF welcomes ACCC involvement in ensuring information for IVF patients is clear

Melbourne IVF, as part of Australia’s leading group of fertility clinics, welcomes and supports the ACCC’s review of information provided by Australian fertility clinics on IVF success rates.

The ACCC wrote to fertility clinics across the country asking for a review of website content to ensure consumer understanding as there was a diverse way results were presented. ‎

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Young Australian cancer survivor's future fertility - Focus of Australia's first Fertility Preservation Summit

MELBOURNE 6 May: Australia’s first Fertility Preservation Summit for professionals and consumers highlights the national interest to ensure equitable access to fertility preservation for all Australian cancer survivors especially children, adolescents and young men & women.

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Melbourne IVF achieve new birth success from ovarian tissue grafting and IVF

Melbourne IVF today announced their second success achieving a pregnancy and birth from world leading treatment with ovarian tissue grafted into the abdominal and pelvic walls of a woman who had been left infertile after cancer treatment.

Jodie, from Traralgon in country Victoria, gave birth to a healthy girl at Waverley Private Hospital after seeking ovarian tissue grafting to help her regain fertility following treatment for lymphoma cancer.

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PGD Karyomapping babies arrive safe & healthy in Australian first

In an Australian first, two families have delivered healthy babies on the same day one in Melbourne the other Sydney conceived using karyomapping, a new Preimplantation genetic test based on the use of DNA fingerprinting to identify defective genes, introduced in Australia in November 2014 by Virtus Health (comprising Melbourne IVF, IVFAustralia, Hunter IVF, Queensland Fertility Group, & TasIVF).

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Improving IVF outcomes through better embryo selection

The Preimplantation Genetics Laboratory at Melbourne IVF has been chosen as the only IVF unit in the southern hemisphere to participate in a world-wide clinical study to evaluate Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS) using Next Generation Sequencing.

Melbourne IVF has been selected to participate in a world-wide clinical study to evaluate pregnancy outcomes in women undergoing IVF with Preimplantation Genetic Screening (PGS) using the Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) plat

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Freezing eggs: A growing consideration for many young women

Egg freezing is fast becoming a viable treatment option for many young women to preserve their fertility for both social and medical reasons. It is now being carried out by about 500 Australian women every year.

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Statement regarding practitioner claiming to be associated with Melbourne IVF

Melbourne IVF confirms that Raffaele Di Paolo has never been contracted by Melbourne IVF nor has he been credentialed at our day hospital.

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Contact with anonymous sperm donors - ABC Australian Story

Tonight’s edition of ABC’s Australian Story - How I met my daughter – featured Melbourne IVF patient Kerrie Hancox who after the death of her partner underwent treatment using an anonymous sperm donor resulting in the birth of her first child.

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Mitochondrial Donation via IVF looks set to start in UK

The news that UK Parliament looks set to allow DNA transplants through mitochondrial transfer in embryos to prevent babies being born with certain debilitating conditions, is a significant scientific milestone in reproductive medicine supported by Melbourne IVF.

“We welcome the scientific community's investigation into mitochondrial donation via embryos to eradicate serious illness in children born from parents with mitochondrial problems,” said Dr Lyndon Hale, Medical Director, Melbourne IVF.

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