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 Fertility

Success Rate transparency

South Australia Senator Stirling Griff has launched a campaign for IVF clinic success rates to be published and it’s one which we support.
Posted 03 Sep 2018 by Genea Fertility

IVF turns 40

In late July, the world’s first IVF baby Louise Brown turned 40 and Genea’s Medical Director and Scientific Director helped explain the significance of the milestone on national television.
Posted 27 Aug 2018 by Genea Fertility

All you need to know about... collecting sperm

Often, it’s the elephant in the room - so, in our latest blog, we sat down with Genea Andrology Manager Tyne Spry and asked her all the awkward questions patients want to know the answers to but sometimes don’t have the confidence to ask.

Posted 06 Mar 2018 by Genea Andrology

What is GeneSyte?

Michael Bonifacio started at Genea in 2000 as a Scientific Officer he is now Pathology Manager and runs the world leading GeneSyte prenatal testing at Genea. We sat down with Bono and got a crash course on GeneSyte.
 
Posted 12 Dec 2017 by Genea Fertility

One Cycle, One Family

We often use the term "One Cycle, One Family". But what do we mean? What are we aspiring to and why?
 
Posted 12 Dec 2017 by Genea Fertility

Indian culture - Its influence on fertility

At Genea, our staff are aware of and sensitive to a variety of cultural beliefs and requirements. Dr Sonal Karia writes about the Indian culture and its impact on fertility.
Posted 13 Nov 2017 by Dr Sonal Karia

Bringing imaging technology directly to our patients

Grow by Genea connects patients to images of their embryos in the lab. So, what's the feedback been from patients using Grow? Emily Debenham shares survey results.
 
Posted 17 Oct 2017 by Emily Debenham
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