microRNAs can be potential new markers of testicular cancer

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On the 10th of March, ReproUnion researchers, Nina Mørup and Kristian Almstrup published a review article in... Read More → microRNAs can be potential new markers of testicular cancer

Patient mobility agreement continues to offer cross-border reproductive treatments

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One of the highlights for ReproUnion in 2019 was the renewal of the patient mobility agreement between the... Read More → Patient mobility agreement continues to offer cross-border reproductive treatments

Collaboration needed to turn around the negative fertility trend

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Regional Chairmen and Deans in Lund, Malmö and Copenhagen stand behind ReproUnion in this opinion article,... Read More → Collaboration needed to turn around the negative fertility trend

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... 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... Read More → Partnership Agreement signed for ReproUnion 2.0

The end of babies..

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Something is stopping us from creating the families we claim to desire. But what? This opinion piece in the... Read More → The end of babies..

Conference tunes in on ‘Having Children in the Future’

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The 4th European Conference on Preconception Health and Care gathered close to 200 delegates, when it was... Read More → Conference tunes in on ‘Having Children in the Future’

Collaboration needed to turn around the negative fertility trend

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Regional Chairmen and Deans in Copenhagen, Lund and Malmö stand behind ReproUnion in this opinion article... Read More → Collaboration needed to turn around the negative fertility trend

Study to examine perspectives on family planning in Skåne

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On the 14th of October 2019 the daily Swedish Newspaper “Sydsvenskan” reported about the ReproUnion... Read More → Study to examine perspectives on family planning in Skåne

ReproUnion funded research allows large study of 3000 human eggs

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On the 27th of September the internationally-leading journal, Science, published a seminal study... Read More → ReproUnion funded research allows large study of 3000 human eggs

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