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The use of Medicinal Mushrooms

Tuesday, 13th January 2015 | 0 comments
The Medical Team were delighted to attend a seminar given by Dr Trevor Wing of on the use of medicinal mushrooms in the treatment of immune related infertility. 

Going Solo - Contemplating single motherhood?

Monday, 22nd September 2014 | 0 comments
Going Solo - Contemplating single motherhood?Dr Lyuda Shkrobot Compared with our mothers or grandmothers, the modern-day woman is more likely to be working, travelling, more educated and financially independent than ever before. As professionals in reproductive medicine, we’ve seen how these social trends are having a great impact on decisions surrounding motherhood.  Women are having children later – 43% of first-time mums in Australia are now over the age of 30, nearly double the rate in 1991.  While you may not have made a conscious decision to delay having children, if you want to have them one day you will need a plan.  Why? Because time mattersDespite all these social changes, biological facts remain the same – a woman’s fertility decreases as she gets older.

Groundbreaking visualisation techniques could improve pregnancy rates in IVF

Wednesday, 27th August 2014 | 0 comments
At our recent Friday lunchtime lecture series, we were pleased to welcome Professor Sabine Koelle from the Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology at UCD.  Professor Koelle, a native of Munich, has many interests in Reproductive Biology which are complementary to the research plans of Sims IVF. 

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