Study led by Eugin reveals that femenine embryos develop faster than masculine onesRead more
A study by Eugin’ s laboratories, assisted reproduction and fertility clinics, has identified a number of patterns by which female embryos develop earlier than male embryos.
Eugin presents a study in which an artificial intelligence model was developed to prescribe medication with the same precision and reliability as a doctorRead more
Researchers at Eugin, the assisted reproduction and fertility group, have developed, in partnership with the CSIC Artificial Intelligence Research Institute, an artificial intelligence algorithm that can identify the optimal dose of medication for ovarian stimulation required by a patient in an in vitro fertilisation cycle.
Spanish assisted reproduction centres have kept COVID-19 positivity rates below 1% throughout the pandemicRead more
The research concludes that between April 2020 and 15 January 2021 these clinics maintained lower than 1% COVID-19 positivity among their patients.
A study shows that alterations in some sperm proteins cause fertilization failuresRead more
The intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) has established itself as an effective technique in assisted reproduction, but between 1 and 3% of ICSI cycles result in fertilization failures that experts still cannot explain.
The fresh or vitrified eggs of the same woman are equally fertile, according to the largest study done to dateRead more
The reproductive results of the eggs frozen by the vitrification technique are comparable to those obtained with fresh eggs. This has been made clear in the most wide-ranging comparative study done to date using “sibling” eggs, namely eggs produced by the same woman, in which they analysed a sample of 37,520 fresh and frozen eggs, donated by over 1,800 different women.
- A study endorses the use of the ROPA
Technique in female couples who want to share motherhoodRead more
Researchers from the Eugin Group have presented the data of a study in which the assisted reproduction ROPA technique (Reception of oocytes from the partner) in female couples seems to have higher success rates than conventional IVF (in vitro fertilization), in which the pregnant woman provides the egg as well.
- Eugin Group has carried out the first international study on infertility research via a questionnaire put to almost one thousand patients in Spain, Italy, Denmark, Brazil and Colombia.
Assisted reproduction patients request more research on the side effects of drugs, psychological aspects of infertility and diet impactRead more
Patients who turn to assisted reproduction request more research into the side effects of pharmacological treatments, psychological aspects and impact of diet when tackling an infertility problem. As evidenced in the Eugin Group pioneer study of international scope, carried out via a questionnaire which 945 patients (men and women) from their 12 centres in Spain, […]
- More than a million people suffer from hearing loss
Assisted reproduction may put an end to hereditary deafness in SpainRead more
In Vitro Fertilisation with Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) allows parents who are carriers of genetic diseases to have healthy children
- Stem Cells: Too early for assisted reproduction
The European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology warns patients that the use of stem cells is not yet effective in fertility treatmentsRead more
The scientific journal Human Reproduction (Oxford Journals) has published a study, prepared by international experts, which rejects the therapeutic possibilities of stem cells in the field of human fertility.
Eugin and CIRH present their research at the ASRM congress, the main American association of reproductive medicineRead more
Members of the medical and scientific team share their accomplishments in the 72nd edition of the event, which was attended by professionals from all over the world
Sharing knowledge about fertility in EuropeRead more
Our team of professionals takes part in the main meetings of the European Society of Human Reproduction in Milan and Athens
- New research on the transmission of genetic diseases
2.9 percent of couples may produce children with serious genetic diseasesRead more
A study carried out by Eugin claims that 2.9% of couples may produce children with serious genetic diseases.
Eugin Clinic takes part in the 24th World Congress on Controversies in Obstetrics, Gynecology and InfertilityRead more
The scientific director, Dr. Rita Vassena, explained the advantages of performing a Genetic Compatibility Test before conceiving a baby.