Egg Freeezing Techniques have Improved Dramatically in Recent Years

Mar 19, 2018 | News

In 2013, hundreds of women were pregnant from frozen eggs and fertility clinics expected that 603 children were born. According to the Danish Health Authority and Danish Fertility Society (Dansk Fertilitetsselskab), the number has risen to 1,666 last year which is mainly because the treatment with the frozen eggs has improved.

Professor Anja Pinborg, who is a partner in the ReproUnion collaboration and a specialist in reproductive medicine talks about ReproUnion research project “Freeze All and Transfer Later” and why this Freeze-All method is a huge success: You can read more (in Danish) here

“The Freeze All and Transfer Later” ReproUnion project is a colloboration between the fertility clinics in Hvidovre Hospital, Rigshospitalet, Herlev Hospital, Holbæk Hospital, Skive Hospital, Malmø Hospital, Göteborg Hospital and Barcelona.

For more information about “Freeze All and Transfer Later”, please click here

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