UNSW’s annual IVF report has revealed the latest numbers and trends in assisted reproductive technology.
The COVID-19 pandemic dominated headlines on the UNSW Newsroom this year, but readers also wanted to know more about research in other health areas.
For the first time, a study – led by UNSW Medicine – has estimated a woman’s chances of having a second IVF baby.
UNSW-led study is the first to report cumulative success rates based on complete ovarian stimulation cycles for women undergoing assisted reproductive technology in Australia and New Zealand.
IVF cycles using embryos that have been frozen and thawed are just as successful as fresh embryos, according to a new UNSW report.
A study by UNSW medical researchers shows that certain types of assisted reproductive technology lead to more male than female babies being born.