Professor Søren Ziebe from ReproUnion shares his thoughts about how the society could change from today’s situation, using a significant amount of money to treat involuntary infertility to instead focusing on infertility prevention.
New ReproUnion Paper Published: Average Sperm Count Remains Unchanged Despite Reduction in Maternal Smoking
The semen quality of young Danish men is still poor despite a marked decline in the proportion of men born to mothers who smoked during pregnancy.
First Study to Compare the Efficiency between two Techniques used to Retrieve Sperm in Men with Non-obstructive Azoosperia
Herlev and Gentofte Hospital is the first in the world to perform a study comparing two techniques of collecting sperm cells in men that lack sperm cells in sperm fluid (azoospermia).
The European Association of Urology’s annual congress took place in Copenhagen between the 16th -20th of March. 15, 000 urology specialists attended which is the organizations biggest and most important scientific meeting.
In 2013, hundreds of women were pregnant from frozen eggs and fertility clinics expected that 603 children were born.
Information about fertility awareness helps to fulfil the broader understanding of family planning in the future and now.
Professor Søren Ziebe from ReproUnion was interviewed on national TV yesterday about important factors of fertility and stated that the current development is not sustainable.
Last week, ReproUnion hosted a successful four-days PhD course; Reproductive Biology – From Genesis to Baby. Organizers Professor Claus Yding Andersen, Professor Yvonne Giwercman and Postdoc Stine Gry Kristensen welcomed 50 Ph.D. students from Denmark and Sweden.
A new Nordic collaboration must prevent involuntary infertility.
Congratulation to Doctor and Professor Anja Pinborg on her new position in the Fertility Department at Rigshospitalet, Copenhagen University Hospital, where she will be part of the clinic’s management as medical manager with the clinic’s manager, Professor Søren Ziebe.