Running out of eggs before meeting mr. right?

In May ReproUnion co-organised the Life Cycle Symposium at Lund University where Anders Nyboe Andersen, professor at the Fertility Clinic, Rigshospitalet, presented results from the ReproUnion Fertility Counselling activities under the above heading. In a panel discussion with local politicians, Gilbert Tribo and Anna Mannfalk, the presenters discussed how to turn around the fertility trend and encourage healthy reproduction.

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ReproUnion scientist to investigate the effects of using frozen eggs

Anja Pinborg has received a 5-year Clinical Distinguished Investigator grant of DKK 8 million from the Novo Nordisk Foundation to realize the project Health in Childhood Following Assisted Reproductive Technology (HiCART).

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

An op-ed in the Danish newspaper Politiken is highlighting important societal problems which will arise as a consequence of delayed childbearing to older ages and the risk of infertility and involuntary childlessness as a result thereof.

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Little Grady gives new hope of preserving the fertility in young boys with cancer

First primate born from frozen testicular tissue offers researchers hope to preserve the fertility in young boys undergoing cancer treatment.

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ReproUnion – an important example of a successful public-private partnership

In a debate article, the swedish politicians Carl Johan Sonesson (M) and Philip Sandberg (L) are using ReproUnion as an example of how research collaborations across borders are of benefit to the region by creating more jobs and by performing high quality research which attracts international interest and above all, improves the life of patients (article in Swedish).

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ReproUnion Campaign featured in Norway’s Largest Commercial Television Channel

A few months ago, a new fertility campaign by Copenhagen municipality was focusing on men’s fertility in order to draw attention to the risk of postponing “project baby”. This campaign supported by the Capital Region of Copenhagen and the Fertility Department of Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen has received international attention from our dear neighbors in Norway and is being featured on the Norwegian TV2’s website.

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News regarding ReproUnion 2.0

This month has been a remarkable time for ReproUnion. On Tuesday the 20th we hosted the closing conference of ReproUnion 2018. The conference marked the end of our three years EU financed research project within reproductive medicine. Today, we can finally announce that we have received the good news that ReproUnion has been granted funding …

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Chinese scientist claims to have created ‘world’s first genetically edited babies’

New York Times announced a few days ago that a Chinese scientist claims to have created the world’s first genetically edited babies in an incredibly controversial research. If true, this would be a profound leap in science. At the same time, it raises an ethical debate. Watch ReproUnion professor, Eva Hoffmann, talk about this matter …

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Thank you to all our participants for making the closing conference of ReproUnion 2018 a success

Thank you to all our participants for making the closing conference of ReproUnion 2018 a success! Thank you to all our diverse and dynamic group of speakers and panelists who provided in-depth insight into their ReproUnion research, projects, and success stories to strengthen our collaboration for the future of ReproUnion. Your presence helped to make …

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News Coverage of ReproUnion Conference 2018 on TV

In yesterday’s news report on TV2 Lorry, we met the conservative parliamentary politician Mette Abildgaard that shares her way of becoming a mother with the help of reproductive medicine. Today 1 out of 5 couples are facing the challenge of involuntary infertility and 1 out of 12 children are born in Denmark with the help …

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