The Fertility Tales; breaking down the barriers around fertility
Posted: 23/05/2022 1:48:19 PM
Even in 2022, fertility is often a taboo topic that many shy away from. At Genea, we want to break these barriers, open up the conversation and reshape how people think and talk about fertility and infertility.
That’s why we launched The Fertility Tales
, the first magazine of its kind in Australia. It’s a fertility specific magazine produced by AllBright and sponsored by Genea, to facilitate discussion around fertility, genetic testing and more.
The Fertility Tales
contains many moving stories about women who have struggled to conceive, advice on how to mentally and physically prepare for IVF, the importance of genetic testing, surrogacy, adoption, the loss of miscarriage and more.
You can order your own copy here
, for free.
Pregnant women undergoing unnecessary invasive procedures
Posted: 31/01/2022 9:27:38 AM
is a non-invasive genetic prenatal screening test which can be done as early as 10 weeks or at any time throughout pregnancy. It takes a sample of the mothers blood which contains the baby’s DNA and can accurately detect chromosomal changes in the baby during pregnancy.
A recent study of 1,000 pregnant women demonstrated the accuracy of GeneSyte by identify that 42 women would have been incorrectly classified as high risk and referred for CVS (Chorionic Villus Sampling) or Amniocentesis where only 5 pregnant women actually needed such invasive diagnostic testing.
GeneSyte is a simple blood test that can offer you piece of mind. Download a referal form
Aussie scientists develop breakthrough in IVF treatment
Posted: 11/06/2021 10:00:00 AM
Pioneered by Australian scientists, Genea’s Geri® incubator combined with an updated version of the fluid embryos develop in, has resulted in a staggering 12.2% increase in the number of live births for those struggling to conceive*. The cutting-edge technology is the closest yet to emulating what occurs in the mother’s womb, allowing embryos to grow undisturbed, mirroring the journey in the mother’s fallopian tubes prior to implantation.
Hope for families as Government delivers
Posted: 11/05/2021 12:56:13 PM
After more than a decade of lobbying the Government to provide funding for preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) the Morrison Government has announced $95.9 million will be allocated to new tests on the MBS for genetic testing of embryos for specific chromosomal abnormalities.
Lets talk about Sex: Where do babies come from?
Posted: 1/02/2021 5:45:35 PM
One child in every classroom is conceived outside the bedroom, not on a park bench, not on a beach, not in the back of a car- in a laboratory, in the confines of an incubator, with the help of doctors, nurses and scientists.
It is the untold story of conception that we are not sharing with our kids but that’s about to change. Fertility clinic Genea are breaking the taboo and shaking up the conversation with the launch of a new film and children’s book explaining where some babies come from.
Genea Biomedx and Hamilton Thorne partner to grow Genea Biomedx operations and support customers in USA and Canada
Posted: 13/11/2020 12:00:00 AM
Australian fertility innovator Genea Biomedx has entered into a collaboration agreement with Hamilton Thorne Ltd, a leading provider of products and services to the Assisted Reproductive Technologies markets.
Posted: 10/10/2020 12:44:44 PM
Genea's Scientific Director Steven McArthur on non-invasive Pre-implantation Genetic Screening.
Low cost arrival for the Hills
Posted: 18/08/2020 12:52:24 PM
Hills residents struggling to conceive will now have access to Genea’s leading fertility treatment and care at a significantly reduced cost at Genea Elements IVF.
Baby Steps: Pandemic turns GPs to podcasting for fertility information
Posted: 15/07/2020 2:22:21 PM
In an industry first, Genea Fertility, The Misfits Media and Ward 6 have combined to launch a podcast designed specifically for health care practitioners. The Baby Steps by Genea series provides clinicians with much needed advice on how to support patients struggling with infertility, both during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
COVID-19: Victorian patients
Posted: 15/07/2020 11:20:26 AM
Following advice from the Department of Health and Human Services, all Victorian patients living or working within a Stage 3 restriction zone or other known hotspot will need to be tested for COVID-19 before being admitted to hospital, including for fertility treatment.