IVIRMA Restores Ovarian Function in Mice, Shows Abnormal Embryos Do Not Lead to Ongoing Pregnancy in Separate SRI Studies

Basking Ridge, N.J., March 16, 2020 – Researchers for IVIRMA Global, the world’s leading fertility network, have restored ovarian function in severely infertile mice and shown that abnormal embryos do…

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Women with Three Normal Embryos Have 95% Chance of Pregnancy, IVIRMA Research Shows

Discovery shows Recurrent Implantation Failure (RIF) is rare; Women with euploid embryos have high chance of pregnancy Study highlights how IVF advances translate into patient success BASKING RIDGE, NJ, October…

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In Landmark Study, IVIRMA Shows Abnormal Embryos Fail to Implant or Lead to Ongoing Pregnancy

Of 50 abnormal embryo transfers, 0 resulted in an ongoing pregnancy; Insights validate embryo genetic testing, which helps doctors identify normal embryos for transfer in an effort to improve patient…

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A hydrogel that simulates the endometrium could increase success rates in reproductive treatments

IVI backs bioengineering in attempting to offer a cure to patients with endometrial problems and to improve embryo development with new in vitro culture techniques Share on facebook Share Share…

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Four IVIRMA studies receive awards for their innovative contributions to reproductive medicine

Share on facebook share Share on twitter Share Share on linkedin Share At the 66th Annual Meeting of the Society for Reproductive Investigation (SRI) IVIRMA's work on a new progesterone receptor…

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