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IVF treatment availability at emBIO

IVF at emBIO Medical Center - restrictions
Woman maximum age54
Single womanAllowed
Same sex female couplesAllowed
HIV (female)Not allowed
HIV (male)Not allowed
HCV / HBV (female)Allowed
HCV / HBV (male)Allowed

About emBIO

emBIO is a fertility centre based in the Chalandri suburb of Athens, the capital city of Greece, and has been helping men and women achieve their dreams since it opened in 1996, that’s over 25 years ago. Since then they have helped over 30,000 babies to be conceived through their treatment. Thanks to this they became the first clinic in all of Greece to receive their ISO 9001:2000 certification, and they currently hold ISO 9001 2015 and ISO 15224 2017 certifications.

At emBIO, they have two world-class laboratories, three operating centres, and two ensuite recovery rooms, all designed with your treatment and recovery in mind. All of this is inside a beautiful and modern building that will leave you in awe as soon as you see it. Their colours of choice are a mixture of light and dark colours that are surprisingly complementary towards each other, and, combined with all of the natural sunlight pouring in through the windows, will help you feel calm and relaxed while waiting for, and undergoing your treatment.

Thanks to their quality of care and state-of-the-art technology the clinic is able to help patients when it comes to more difficult cases of infertility such as PCOS or advanced age. This is especially important as a lot of clinics don’t offer their services for what they deem to be problematic cases, so emBIO is offering a chance to a lot more people because they believe that everybody should have a chance at bringing a baby into this world.

Reception at emBIO

When it comes to your treatment there is no one-size fits all approach, as each case is unique. At emBIO your doctor will come up with an individualised treatment plan that has been designed specifically for your case and needs. This way they can offer you what they see as the highest chance of success, and with a personalised approach like this you will be able to understand how much they care about helping your dreams come true.

International patients are very welcome at the clinic as they have their own international team designed to help patients from all over the globe. Thanks to this, their patient liaison can assist you with all aspects of your travel, so that you have a much easier time while undergoing your treatment.

Experience and Medical Staff at emBIO

Dr. Thanos Paraschos
Dr. Thanos Paraschos

The medical director of emBIO is Dr. Thanos Paraschos. He is a highly acclaimed and world-renowned obstetrician and gynecologist who specialises in infertility treatment. He has achieved a lot in his career, including being part of the team that was responsible for the world’s first PGD (Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis), which was performed at Hammersmith Hospital in London. He was also part of the team that invented the Rigid Wallace Catheter, which is a device that is used when embryo transfer is particularly difficult, and this has since been used by thousands of scientists all over the world. Thanks to his success and achievements, he was appointed as a Professor in The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at a university in New York – St. George’s University School of Medicine. As well as all of the above, he is also a member of numerous fertility societies such as the British Fertility Society, ESHRE (European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology), ASRM (American Society for Reproductive Medicine), and HSFS (Hellenic Society of Fertility and Sterility).

It is not just Dr. Thanos Paraschos at the clinic as they are home to five fertility doctors and five embryologists, one of whom is a senior embryologist and has over 28 years of experience under their belt. The team at the clinic is varied and holds specialties in many different fields and are urologists, cardiologists, breast specialists and more, all of whom are very highly qualified and help the clinic see to all of your needs. Also part of the team are three gynecologists: Dr. Elias Gatos, Dr. Amalia Georgakaki, and Dr. George Theodoropoulos, who is also an IVF Fertilisation and Endoscopic Surgery specialist, as well as the head of the IVF laboratory, Dina Katrania-Paraschou.

You will have no worries when it comes to communication with the clinic as they deal with international patients all the time, so they have an international team especially for this, especially to help with translation. The staff at the clinic are fluent in English, so if you are an English speaker in any form then you will be able to talk with the staff without any problems, and as such you will be able to have everything explained to you in a clear and concise manner, meaning there will be no misunderstandings at all.

IVF Costs at emBIO

The cost of your treatment with emBIO can vary depending on which procedures you require, as well as which add-ons you choose to have, so your overall cost may differ from the standard prices below, although you can discuss this with your doctor at your consultation, the cost of which, for the first one, is free.

If you require artificial insemination you will undergo the procedure either with your partner’s sperm or donor sperm. If you undergo IUI, Intrauterine Insemination with your partner’s sperm, then this will cost 300 Euros, whilst AID, Artificial Insemination with a donor, is 300 Euros + a minimum of 200 Euros for donor sperm. If you undergo AID, so the total will be a minimum of 500 Euros.

As the circumstances of each patient are different there are different prices for each procedure, due to the varying options in each. For standard IVF the cost is 2,500 Euros. There may be cases where you are required to undergo treatment using donation, and there is treatment using embryo, egg, and sperm donation available. The cost of treatment using embryo donation is 4,800 Euros, while the cost of treatment using egg donation is 4,500 Euros. The cost for treatment using sperm donation is 2,800 Euros, although this is standard IVF treatment using a sperm donor, with the prices above for both IVF and donor sperm coming together (2,500 Euros and 300 Euros to equal 2,800 Euros).

emBIO offers an innovative approach to ovarian rejuvenation with PRP (platelet-rich plasma), catering to women who are planning to undergo IVF with their own eggs, and who are either approaching or already experiencing menopause, exhibiting early menopausal symptoms, or have been diagnosed with ovarian failure. In parallel, emBIO offers Uterine Rejuvenation with PRP, also known as endometrial rejuvenation or endometrial regenerative therapy. This procedure is designed to optimize the thickness and overall health of the uterine lining, medically referred to as the endometrium. The cost of this therapy at emBIO is 1,500 Euros.

If you are an all-female couple then you may be looking at IVF treatment of your own and thankfully emBIO has an option available for you, which is ROPA. ROPA is Reciprocal IVF where one of the partners carries the baby through pregnancy and the other donates her eggs so that both mothers are part of the process. The cost for this treatment is 2,500 Euros.

Basic IVF packages cost at emBIO Medical Center
Intrauterine insemination (IUI)€300
Artificial insemination with donor (AID)from €500
IVF with own eggs€2,500
Egg donation IVF€4,500
Embryo donation€4,800
Egg freezing€500 (includes 1-year storage)
Sperm donation€2,800

IVF add-ons and other costs

Whilst undergoing any of the above treatment options you may wish to have additional options available to help your chances, and they come at an additional cost. The clinic offers Embryo Monitoring for 500 Euros, where the embryos are monitored more closely and more often to help the embryologists select the best embryos for your treatment. You can also have an add-on called Blastocyst Culture, which also costs 500 Euros, which is where the embryos are chosen and transferred once they have reached the blastocyst stage, which can allow for better implantation. Finally, you have the option of PGT-A/PGS genetic embryo testing for 2,000 Euros, and this is testing performed to ensure there are no genetic defects or abnormalities in the embryos that can lead to a failed pregnancy or health problems with the child in the future.

You may also be interested in reading: IVF Success Stories – PGT-A – by embryologists from emBIO clinic

If you wish to have your sperm, eggs, or embryos frozen in order to be used at a later date then you have this option available to you. Sperm freezing will cost 300 Euros, whilst egg freezing will cost 500 Euros and this includes a year of storage. If you are undergoing treatment and have embryos left over that you wish to freeze, then you can pay for the vitrification and storage of these embryos for one year, and this will cost 800 Euros. If you wish to have the embryos transferred at a later date then you can pay for FET (Frozen Embryo Transfer), this will cost 950 Euros.

Other IVF techniques costs at emBIO Medical Center
Medical consultation (doctor)free
Donor spermfrom €200
Sperm freezing€300
Embryo Monitoring (e.g. Embryoscope)€500
Blastocyst culture€500
PGT-A / PGS genetic embryo testing€2,000
Embryo freezing and storage for 1 year€800
FET - Frozen Embryo Transfer€950

emBIO Medical Centre

IVF Success Rates at emBIO

The success rates for emBIO for the year 2021 are all based on achieving a clinical pregnancy, which is where the foetus can be seen or heard, and performing an average of 750 IVF cycles per year with a patient’s own eggs, and an average of 350 IVF cycles per year using donor eggs.
The success rates are:

  • IVF using patient’s own eggs – 51%
  • IVF using egg donation – 67%.

If we break down the numbers for IVF using a patient’s own eggs we can see what the success rates are for each age group:

  • Under 35 years old – 53%
  • 35 – 40 years old – 43%
  • Over 40 years old – 32%.

The success rate for treatment using embryos are:

  • Frozen embryos – 59%
  • Using embryo donation – 51%.

Lastly, you can see the success rates for donor eggs, based on a single IVF cycle, and they are as follows:

  • Fresh donor eggs – 68%
  • Frozen donor eggs – 60%.

As you can see emBIO achieves success rates that are above average when compared with fertility clinics around Europe.

Waiting area at emBIO

emBIO – Location

The emBIO medical centre is situated in Athens, the capital of Greece and a beautiful city on the coast. The clinic is only 12 minutes away from the Chalandri city centre and a few miles from the airport, and if you need it you can pay for an airport pickup that the clinic will arrange for you. Thanks to the concierge services that the clinic offers you can also receive discounts at some of the local hotels, to help you save money on your trip to the city. If you are an international patient, they can work with you thanks to their international travel package, which also includes access to a translator. Whilst in Greece for your treatment, you will only be required to stay for a few days and then you can have monitoring and testing performed in your home country in coordination with the clinic if this is what you wish.

No matter how long you spend in Athens you might find yourself with some free time and wish to see the sights. With the city being of such historical significance you can see wonderful sights such as the Parthenon and the Acropolis, both of which are almost 2,000 years old and a must-see on any visit to the city. You can also see their beautiful beach or the Central Market of Athens, which hosts many different stalls containing all the food you can imagine, and you can even pay for a tour around which will enable you to sample some of the delights on offer. With so many things to see, do and eat, in Athens, you can combine your treatment with a beautiful tour of a truly wonderful and beautiful city that everybody should see at least once.

emBIO Medical Center - FAQ
What is the average cost of IVF with your own eggs at emBIO Medical Center?

The average cost of IVF with your own eggs at emBIO Medical Center is 2,500 Euros. Everything that is included in this cost is:

  • Initial consultation where you will have your infertility issues diagnosed in order to decide which treatment you need.
  • Follow-up treatment at the clinic where you will undergo scans and estradiol blood tests
  • Anesthesiologist and the cost for the anaesthesia that you will require during the egg collection phase of your treatment.
  • The egg collection itself, where the clinic will retrieve the eggs that will be used for your treatment.
  • Embryo culture, where the embryo is allowed to grow until it reaches the right stage where it can be transferred to the uterus.
  • Embryo transfer will occur once the embryo has reached the right stage of development.
  • ICSI, which is Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection and is a procedure that involves injecting a sperm cell into the egg, to help fertilisation. This will only be performed if it is needed for your treatment.

There is more to this treatment than is stated above, such as ovarian stimulation in order to produce more eggs, but everything that is needed in order for you to undergo IVF will be included in the cost unless the doctor says otherwise.

If you and your partner have been trying to conceive for a period of a year or more, without success, then IVF might be the treatment that you require. As with all treatment options, the doctor will diagnose you before deciding which treatment to offer you.

What are the costs of popular IVF add-ons at emBIO Medical Center?

The cost for popular IVF add-ons with emBIO Medical Center will depend on which add-on you choose to have with your treatment, as the costs are different for each. The three most popular add-ons that the clinic performs are PGD, blastocyst culture, and assisted hatching.

The cost of PGD is 2,000 to 3,000 Euros. PGD is Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis, and is a diagnostic test that is used for testing the embryos in order to determine whether or not there are any genetic defects or abnormalities in the embryo that can affect their development. It is a popular test because it allows the clinic to ensure that only embryos without defects or abnormalities will be used during your treatment, which can improve the chances of a successful pregnancy.

Blastocyst culture will cost 300 Euros, and is a procedure whereby the embryos that are growing in the laboratory are given further time to develop, thus allowing them to reach the blastocyst stage. This usually means an extra two days of development and has been proven to have a higher chance of success compared to the usual method of developing them for three days.

Assisted hatching will cost 500 Euros. This procedure is performed by partially opening the zona pellucida, which is the outer covering, of the embryo with a laser to help facilitate successful implantation and pregnancy.

While these are the three most popular add-ons with the clinic there are more available, and should you wish to hear about more of them, and whether or not they will help during your treatment, you should discuss this with your doctor during your initial consultation.

What is the average cost of the egg donation cycle at emBIO Medical Center?

The average cost of a cycle of treatment using egg donation with emBIO Medical Center is 4,500 Euros. Included in this cost is:

  • Initial consultation where the doctor will go through your medical history and work to diagnose your infertility issues to see which treatment will work best.
  • Personalised treatment plan the doctor will come up with that will be designed specifically for you in order to achieve the best results possible by offering the treatments that will have higher chances of success.
  • Donor profile, this is where you will go through all of the characteristics that you are looking for in a donor so that they can get as close a match as possible, according to your choices. Donors will remain anonymous due to anonymity laws.
  • Medication, treatment and tests for the donor, that is chosen according to your donor profile, will be covered by the price you pay for your treatment.
  • Anesthesiologist and all expenses related to the anaesthesia that is needed during the egg collection process.
  • Semen analysis in order to see if your partner’s sperm is viable, and preparation of the semen for fertilisation.
  • Embryo culture, where the embryo is given the time that it needs in order to develop whilst being monitored in a laboratory.
  • Embryo transfer. Once the embryo has developed enough it will be transferred into your uterus.
  • Any support that you need during and after your treatment will be included and is to ensure that you go through the treatment knowing that you have someone to lean on.
  • ICSI, which is Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection, if it is required.

All egg donors are thoroughly vetted before being allowed to donate so you will only get the healthiest and most fertile eggs for your treatment.

What kind of egg donor ethnicities are available at emBIo Medical Center?

At emBIO Medical Center they have a lot of different egg donor ethnicities available, meaning matching you with a donor of your own ethnicity should be no problem at all. The ethnicities available are Caucasian, Hispanic, Scandinavian, African, Asian, Indian and Arab.

When it comes to choosing your donor it is done based on more than just ethnicity, as you will fill out a donor profile where you will put down what characteristics you are preferably looking for. You will also be matched based on physical and genetic characteristics, such as hair colour, eye colour, figure and so on. This way the donor will resemble you or your preference as closely as possible. Due to anonymity laws, you will not be able to see your donor or know who they are, and the donor choice will be made by your clinic.

All donors are thoroughly vetted to ensure that they are suitable to be a donor, and the requirements to be a donor are relatively strict. The requirements to be an egg donor are:

  • Age. Donors must be between the ages of 19 and 35 and this is to ensure that they have developed enough to produce eggs, as well as being young enough that their eggs have the highest chance of being healthy and fertile.
  • Health. All donors must be in excellent health and have a good family history when it comes to health, such as having no genetic diseases that can pass down to your child through the egg.
  • Education. All donors are educated to the college level at a minimum, this ensures that they are both intelligent and mature enough to understand what being an egg donor is truly about, as it is a decision that they must fully comprehend.

Thanks to this you can be sure that you will receive the perfect egg for you, that is both healthy and fertile.

What is the cost of PGT-A and how should it be calculated with IVF programs at emBIO Medical Center?

The cost of PGT-A testing with emBIO Medical Center is between 1,200 Euros and 2,000 Euros, although this cost is dependent on the quality of the eggs and the number of eggs that you wish to have tested.

PGT-A (Preimplantation Genetic Testing for Aneuploidy) is a genetic test that is used to check for abnormalities within embryos that have been created through IVF or ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection). The purpose of this is to ensure that there are no abnormalities or genetic defects present in the embryo that can have a negative impact on the development of the embryo or the child once they are born. It is a very popular test in infertility treatment as a lot of parents wish to ensure that they have a higher chance of success, and ensuring optimal development offers this.

At emBIO they also perform gender selection as part of PGD, if the patient wishes to have this performed. One reason that parents might wish to opt for this option is that there can be diseases within their family that only affect one gender, so in this instance, they might see that having a child not of that gender is their best option. Thanks to the laws in Europe allowing gender selection for medical purposes the clinic is able to provide this, and they are one of the largest and most experienced clinics in all of Europe to perform this, so if gender selection is something you are looking at then this is the clinic for you.

What is the cost of donor sperm from the bank at emBIO Medical Center?

If you require donor sperm as part of your treatment with emBIO Medical Center then the cost of this will be approximately 500 Euros. There are a few reasons why you may require donor sperm including being a single woman who is undergoing IVF or you are a lesbian couple who are undergoing ROPA treatment. The most common reason, however, is that the male in the relationship is experiencing infertility issues, such as not being able to produce fertile sperm, poor quality of his semen, or a genetic disorder.

When it comes to sperm donors there is a large selection available as there are many men willing to donate their sperm in order to help women achieve their dreams of having a child. The selection process is strict and only 1 in 20 candidates are actually selected to be a donor, this is to ensure that only the highest quality donations are provided, to offer you a greater chance of success. Much like with egg donation the donors are thoroughly vetted to ensure they are healthy and their sperm is healthy and fertile.
The requirements are:

  • Age. They are all between the ages of 18 and 35, this ensures they are young and healthy, in order to be able to provide sperm that is fertile. Clinics often allow donors to be up to a higher age but with a strict limit they can ensure only the best.
  • Health. Donors are tested to ensure they are in the best of health which includes undergoing blood and DNA tests, this is to look for sexually transmitted diseases, infectious diseases and any genetic diseases that can pass on.
  • Education. Whilst not as strict, the majority of their donors are students who are in higher education, meaning they will be well-educated.
  • Regular testing. Sperm donors are tested every six months to ensure that they are still free of infectious diseases and their sperm is still of excellent quality.

Donors are anonymous so you will be unable to know who the donor is, but you will receive information that will allow you to make a good choice as to what kind of donor you wish to have.

What is the average cost of the ROPA (IVF for same-sex female couples) cycle at emBIO Medical Center?

The average cost of ROPA with emBIO Medical Center is the cost of IVF treatment plus donor sperm, meaning 2,500 Euros for the IVF treatment and approximately 500 Euros for the sperm, totalling approximately 3,000 Euros.

ROPA is a treatment that has been designed specifically for lesbian couples and is also called Reciprocal IVF. What this treatment does is ensure that both women are involved in the process, so one of the women will donate her eggs and the other will have the eggs transferred once they have been fertilised and then carry the baby through pregnancy. This is done so that both women are truly going through the process together. Due to the way it is performed a sperm donor will be needed and the clinic has access to healthy and fertile sperm for you to use. The clinic will choose a donor based on the profile you come up with in your consultation and then they will be matched according to the profile as well as other factors, such as genetic characteristics.

If you are a lesbian couple and neither one of you are able to donate healthy eggs for the treatment then you will need to have an egg donor. Much like with the sperm donor the egg donor will be chosen according to the profile and based on genetic characteristics to ensure as close a match as possible. All donors are anonymous so you will be unable to know who they are.

Thanks to ROPA treatment you are able to have the child that both you and your partner dream of.

What is the average cost of embryo donation at emBIO Medical Center?

The average cost of embryo donation with emBIO Medical Center is 5,000 Euros. An embryo is created when an egg is fertilised with sperm, and an embryo forms. Embryo donation is where an egg is donated by an egg donor and the egg is fertilised using donor sperm, where it will then be allowed to develop in a laboratory as an embryo, until it reaches the stage where it will be ready to be transferred.

Included in the cost for embryo donation is:

  • Initial consultation. This is where you will have your infertility problems diagnosed and the doctor will decide which treatment is best for you.
  • Treatment plan. Each treatment plan is personalised for each patient, as not everything will work for every situation. This way they can treat your infertility with what they believe will work best.
  • Expenses. The donor will require medication and tests in order to donate to you, so all of their expenses will be included in the price.
  • Egg collection. During the egg collection process you will need an anesthesiologist who will be administering the anaesthesia to ensure that the collection is as pain-free as possible.
  • Embryo culture and transfer. Once the embryo has been created using an egg and sperm it will grow in the lab, whilst being monitored, and then transferred into your uterus.
  • Patient support. Any support you need before, during, and after your treatment will be provided by the clinic to ensure that your treatment goes smoothly and you are fully prepared and cared for.

The price of your treatment will also cover a donor profile that you will come up with during your consultation, semen analysis, sperm preparation, and ICSI (Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection) if needed.

What is the average cost of egg freezing at emBIO Medical Center?

The average cost of freezing your eggs with emBIO Medical Center is 1,500 Euros, as well as 200 Euros per year of storage. Egg freezing is performed using rapid freezing to freeze the egg as quickly as possible, as it is a more reliable method and allows a 90% survival rate for the eggs.

Egg freezing is a popular option these days for many reasons, as it allows for the preservation of a woman’s fertility until they wish to have children. This is especially important as a woman’s eggs face a decline in fertility after they reach a certain age. Some reasons you may wish to freeze your eggs are:

  • Education. Getting a good education can take a long time, some courses require at least three to four years of studying in university to achieve a degree, and some education, such as medical school, can take even longer. Due to this many women delay having children to focus on their education.
  • Career. Working your way up the ladder can be a long process, and if you are doing this after education you may be well into your 30’s by the time you have hit the point of your career you are satisfied with.
  • Health. Facing treatment for a serious condition is daunting and sometimes the treatment can lead to a woman suffering from infertility issues once the treatment is over. This is especially true when a woman is suffering from cancer and needs to undergo chemotherapy, as the radiation involved in the treatment can affect fertility in a negative way. Freezing eggs before a treatment that will damage your fertility is a great option.
  • Financial stability. One of the biggest problems that people face today is becoming financially stable enough to be able to afford everything we want, and children can cost a lot of money in the long run. Waiting until they are financially stable to have children is an option that is considered by a lot of people and by the time this happens it could be too late.

For these reasons freezing your eggs at a young age is a very good option, as it allows you to ensure that by the time you are ready to have children, you will have healthy and fertile eggs ready and waiting, in order for you to have the children you have dreamed of.

What are the average costs of intrauterine insemination and donor sperm insemination at emBIO Medical Center?

The average cost of IUI (Intrauterine Insemination) at emBIO Medical Center is between 300 and 700 Euros, whilst the average cost for IUI with donor sperm is around 500 to 700 Euros.

IUI is a procedure whereby sperm is gently pushed into the uterus during your ovulation using a special device. The reason this is done during ovulation is that your ovaries will release an egg, which is the prime time for fertilisation, however medication can be given to induce ovulation if you are not ovulating. IUI is typically performed when the male has infertility issues, usually due to low sperm motility, so the sperm is placed inside the uterus so that it doesn’t have to travel as far and will have an easier time fertilising the egg that has been produced through ovulation. The procedure is minimally invasive so the majority of patients will only feel a slight pinch and a little bit of cramping when the catheter passes through the cervix, because of this there will be no medicine or anaesthesia required.

IUI using donor sperm is often referred to as AID (Artificial Insemination with Donor) and is the same procedure but using donor sperm instead of your partner’s sperm, so is typically used when the male partner is unable to produce sperm that is of a good enough quality to fertilise the egg.

IUI of either form is very useful as during sexual intercourse only a few hundred sperm cells are able to make it to the egg, so by placing the sperm directly inside the uterus it helps facilitate fertilisation with potentially millions of sperm cells having a chance of fertilising the egg.

Who is the medical director and what is the doctor’s experience in IVF treatment at emBIO Medical Center?

The medical director of emBIO Medical Center is Dr. Thanos Paraschos, who is a world-renowned Obstetrician and Gynecologist who specialises in infertility treatments. He has a wealth of experience and has been part of teams who have accomplished some truly wondrous things in the world of infertility treatment.
Some of his achievements are:

  • Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis. He was part of the team that performed the world’s first PGD test, alongside esteemed doctor, and member of the House of Lords in the United Kingdom, Lord Professor Robert Winston. This was performed in Hammersmith Hospital in London and paved the way for diagnosing genetic diseases in embryos, as PGD is a commonly used test all these years later.
  • Rigid Wallace Catheter. He was part of the team that invented this amazing device that has since been used by thousands of scientists all over the world, and is used when the embryo transfer is proving to be particularly difficult.
  • Publications. Thanks to his involvement in medical research based around assisted reproduction technology and fertility he has been published in many peer-reviewed medical journals, and his research has been cited by thousands of scientists who work in genetics and human reproduction.
  • Appointment. In 2022 he was appointed as a Professor at St. George’s University School of Medicine in New York in their Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

His expertise and experience have led to Dr. Thanos Paraschos being a member of numerous fertility societies including ESHRE (European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology), BFS (British Fertility Society), HSFS (Hellenic Society of Fertility and Sterility) and ASRM (American Society for Reproductive Medicine.

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