ReproUnion – Reproductive Medicine Across Borders


Challenge 1:

 

Improvement of Human Male Fertility

Challenge 2:


Optimizing Medically Assisted Reproductive Treatment to Infertile Couples

Challenge 3:​


Securing Female Ovarian Function​

Challenge 4:


Prevention of Infertility-related Morbidity​

Challenge 5:​


Fertility Awareness

Reproductive Medicine is one of the society’s top priorities.

The need for research within reproductive medicine is of great importance and the demand for solutions from society is increasing.

The continuation of ReproUnion and funding of ReproUnion is a great testimony to that. Over the years we have shown that our model with international collaboration between neighboring countries, the life science sector, and academia has produced tangible results including better and innovative health services for the public.

Professor Jens Sønksen, Head of ReproUnion Executive Board and Head of Urological Research Center and Andrology, Herlev Hospital, Denmark

News

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Running out of eggs before meeting mr. right?

News

In May ReproUnion co-organised the Life Cycle Symposium at Lund University where Anders Nyboe Andersen, professor at the Fertility Clinic,... Read More → Running out of eggs before meeting mr. right?

ReproUnion scientist to investigate the effects of using frozen eggs

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Anja Pinborg has received a 5-year Clinical Distinguished Investigator grant of DKK 8 million from the Novo Nordisk Foundation to realize... Read More → ReproUnion scientist to investigate the effects of using frozen eggs

The children we don’t have – Denmark’s reproductive sustainability is under pressure

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An op-ed in the Danish newspaper Politiken is highlighting important societal problems which will arise as a consequence of delayed... Read More → The children we don’t have – Denmark’s reproductive sustainability is under pressure

Events

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4th European Conference on Preconception Health and Care

26 Sep – 27 Sep All Day at

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ReproUnion Research Seminar

11 Nov All Day at

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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