ReproUnion – Reproductive Medicine Across Borders


Challenge 1:

 

Improvement of Human Male Fertility

Challenge 2:

 

Optimizing Medically Assisted Reproductive Treatment

Challenge 3:​


Securing Female Ovarian Function​

Challenge 4:


Prevention of Infertility-related Morbidity​

Challenge 5:​


Fertility Awareness

A warm farewell to Chairman Jens Sønksen

At the General Assembly in June ReproUnion’s management announced that Professor Jens Sønksen had stepped down from the Executive Board.

“We would like to thank Jens for his tremendous contribution to ReproUnion, both his scientific contribution to the project and not least for his efforts in the Executive Board’, says Petter Hartman, CEO of Medicon Valley Alliance and member of the ReproUnion Executive Board. ‘Jens’ passion for the collaboration during the past 10 years has been crucial for the success ReproUnion has experienced.”

Jens Sønksen kindly accepted to share a few perspectives on the ReproUnion collaboration – read the article here.

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With 1000 young men enrolled, FEPOS is the world largest cohort to examine the fetal origin of adult semen quality

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FEPOS investigates the possible causes between male infertility and what was passed on at the fetal stage, by paring samples from mothers... Read More → With 1000 young men enrolled, FEPOS is the world largest cohort to examine the fetal origin of adult semen quality

Partnership Agreement signed for ReproUnion 2.0

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ReproUnion 2.0 marks the beginning of a new research and innovation paradigm within reproductive medicine in Greater Copenhagen. With seven... Read More → Partnership Agreement signed for ReproUnion 2.0

The New York Times: The end of babies.. Something is stopping us from creating the families we claim to desire. But what?

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This opinion piece in the New York Times gets well around the declining fertility rates and the topic of fertility awareness. The article... Read More → The New York Times: The end of babies.. Something is stopping us from creating the families we claim to desire. But what?

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Patient Mobility Agreement

The success of the ReproUnion facilitated Patient Mobility Agreement between Denmark and Sweden may lay the foundation for more bilateral health services between the two neighboring countries.

In 2017, the Patient Mobility Agreement enabled childless couples with certain types of infertility problems to receive specialized treatment within a field of expertise that is not available in their home country in Malmö and Copenhagen area. Today, 40 Danish and Swedish patients have already made use of the patient mobility agreement.

Chairman of the Regional Council of Copenhagen, Sophie Hæstorp Andersen also believes that there are great benefits of cooperation with Sweden for both Danish and Swedish patients.

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