21st May 2019
For many years it has been widely known that a ‘recessive’ condition, called Tay Sachs disease, is ten times more common in the Ashkenazi Jewish (AJ) population than in the wider population. Genetic screening for Tay Sachs carriers has been… Read more
29th March 2018
Recently two new publications have been released and our Head of Nursing, Francesca Steyn has been a co-author on both documents. The first was released on 28th February 2018 by the Department of Health and is titled ‘Care in Surrogacy… Read more
23rd March 2018
Recently our Head of Nursing – Francesca Steyn, was asked to attend the International Federation of Fertility Societies Symposium in Kampala, Uganda. The symposium was jointly hosted by the IFFS, the Ugandan Fertility Society and the African Fertility Society and… Read more
16th March 2018
We have a guest blogger this month. Mish Slade has been receiving treatment at CRGH and became a new mother in January of this year. Like many IVF patients she found the process intense and bewildering at times and decided… Read more
24th January 2018
Fertility clinics need to be vigilant when treating patients who have visited any countries where there is an identified risk of Zika Virus. Guidance for primary care and clinicians has been jointly developed by PHE, the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists… Read more
21st September 2017
The team at the Francis Crick Institute are unravelling the mysteries of the earliest moments of life. Understanding what happens after a sperm fertilises an egg could lead to ways of improving IVF or explain why some women miscarry. Read More.
7th August 2017
Myth: the most common causes of infertility are related to female causes! Buster: in only 40% of cases a female factor is identified. Male related infertility is the cause in 30 to 40% and the rest are unexplained.