Improving the odds for IVF

Seminars from 3 experts at this year’s show that might make the difference.
1. Improving the odds of IVF working for you. Saturday 13.45-14.30,  repeated Sunday 13.45-14.30.
A very popular speaker from previous years, Yacoub Khalaf, Consultant Gynaecologist and Medical Director of the Assisted Conception Unit at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS, explains what is understood to influence the success or failure of an IVF cycle.
2. Innovations in embryo selection. Do they really make a difference? Saturday 11.30-12.15.
Rachel Cutting, Principal Embryologist at the NHS Centre for Reproductive Medicine and Fertility in Sheffield, provides guidance on developments in genetic screening and time-lapse imaging that allow clinics to select the embryo for transfer most likely to succeed in an ivf cycle.
3. Next Generation IVF? Saturday 16.30-17.15
Professor Simon Fishel, one of the original team who pioneered IVF 35 years ago and now CEO of CARE Fertility, explains how the clinics in his group are using genetics, cryopreservation and time lapse technologies to improve embryo selection and boost outcomes.

Improving the odds for IVF
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