Australian invention leads to more IVF pregnancies

Genea's Geri incubation system leads to more IVF pregnancies. The use of Geri incubation system, which is exclusively available to Genea and Genea Hollywood patients in Australia, has resulted in a 24.3% increase in the number of pregnancies when compared to the traditional incubator and culture medium system.
Posted 13 May 2019 by Genea Team

Self-care tips for expectant and new parents

To mark World Maternal Mental Health Day, Gidget Foundation Australia shares some self-care tips for expectant and new parents. World Maternal Mental Health Day (1 May) is a global awareness raising exercise focused on reducing the stigma around PNDA and supporting parents experiencing emotional distress to recover.
Posted 01 May 2019 by Elizabeth Gosch

Cancer risk in IVF babies

A study published in the reproductive medicine journal, Human Reproduction found that children born through assisted reproductive technology (ART) do not appear to have an increased risk of cancer.
Posted 12 Apr 2019 by Genea Medical Director, A/Prof Mark Bowman

Perinatal Anxiety and Depression

Co-Founder and Director of The Pink Elephants Support Network Samantha Payne has written a guest blog on the topic of Perinatal Anxiety and Depression. Did you know that after suffering miscarriage or perinatal loss, you are 33 per cent more likely to receive a clinical diagnosis of Perinatal Anxiety or Depression?
Posted 13 Nov 2018 by Elizabeth Gosch

Fertility and the Workplace

To mark International Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day on 15 October 2018, Genea participated in a panel discussion on this very important topic. Read more about it here.
Posted 24 Oct 2018 by Genea Team
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