Improving fertility outcomes through IVF innovation
On the journey to parenthood, infertility is one of the most distressing challenges prospective parents can face. While there are more options available for fertility treatments today, including in vitro fertilisation (IVF), success rates remain frustratingly low. At 25-30% success per IVF cycle, many women must undergo multiple painful and expensive treatment cycles – and there is no pregnancy guarantee. Recent advances in technology – including genetic testing, imaging techniques, and artificial intelligence (AI) – are now emerging, offering a ray of hope. However, in order to be successful, new solutions must be designed to address the needs of all stakeholders, including the prospective parents, and the busy embryologist.
This is the third in a series of whitepapers on women’s health, considering the future landscape across a broad range of market sectors, including where science and technology may find the most fertile opportunities.
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