ReproUnion Scientist’s Research Featured in Several Major International News Channels

Jul 2, 2018

ReproUnion scientist’s research featured in several major international news channels: BBC News, CNN, The Guardian, The Times, The Independent

Earlier today, the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) released a press release on research from scientists, one of them being ReproUnion postdoc Susanne Pors at University Hospital of Copenhagen, Rigshospitalet in Denmark. This evening we can inform that the research has been featured in several major international news channels such as BBC News, CNN, The Guardian, The Times, The Independent

Read the stories on the following news channels

The Guardian
‘Artificial ovary’ could help women conceive after chemotherapy

BBC News
Artificial ovary fertility treatment developed by scientists

The Independent
Artificial ovary could allow women to become mothers after cancer treatment without risk, say scientists

The Telegraph
Artificial human ovaries created for first time in major breakthrough for infertile women

Artificial ovary could help young cancer patients preserve fertility

The Times
Artificial ovaries will help cancer victims have children

The USA Today
Artificial ovary may help some cancer patients, but it’s far from ready
New Artificial Ovary Puts Us One Step Closer To Restoring Fertility After Cancer

Metro Newspaper UK
‘Exciting’ fertility hope for women who have cancer
Scientist Reveals Timeline of Clinical Application for Artificial Ovaries (Islandic newspaper)
Gervieggja­stokk­ar gætu bjargað frjó­semi
Progress made in artificial ovaries
How Artificial Ovaries Could Expand Fertility Options for Chemo Patients (Italian newspaper)
Aperta la strada version l’ovario artificiale




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