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Genea Canberra celebrates 15 years

Posted: 1/12/2017 11:45:18 AM
Genea's Canberra clinic celebrates the conception and birth of more than 1,600 babies as it marks its 15th anniversary.

Australia’s first egg freezing clinic opens its doors

Posted: 23/11/2017 9:53:03 AM
The nation’s first dedicated egg freezing clinic will open its doors today to women who are considering their future fertility options.

Genea Horizon, a sister clinic to Genea Fertility launches in response to the increased uptake of egg preservation treatment and recognition that women wanting to freeze their eggs have different needs to those undertaking IVF for infertility.

Genea makes Australia’s most innovative companies list

Posted: 19/09/2017 10:02:06 AM
Genea’s commitment to pioneering and developing the fertility sector has been honoured this evening, competing against more than 1,000 organisations to be recognised as one of Australia’s most innovative companies. Genea has been listed in the 2017 Australian Financial Review’s Top 50 Most Innovative Companies list, ranked number 25.

Hope for families as MSAC delivers

Posted: 4/08/2017 10:09:07 AM
After a decade of lobbying and in response to a Genea submission, the Medical Services Advisory Committee (MSAC) has formally recommended the Federal Government provide funding for pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD).

Genea and Merck open Fertility Centre of Excellence

Posted: 17/01/2017 10:31:54 AM
Australian fertility group Genea and German science and technology company Merck have today opened The Centre of Excellence for Fertility in Bangkok. The facility has been developed with the goal of creating a global benchmark for fertility treatment by standardising clinic management and laboratory protocols in IVF and therefore increasing success rates for patients worldwide.

Genea welcomes ZEISS and Hamilton Thorne to the Global Fertility Alliance

Posted: 30/06/2016 10:40:53 AM
As a founding member of the Global Fertility Alliance, Australian fertility pioneer Genea today welcomed two new members, ZEISS and Hamilton Thorne Ltd. Established a year ago by Genea, Merck, a leading science and technology company, and Illumina Inc, a leader in developing and commercialising systems for analysis of genetic variation and function, the alliance is a collaboration to advance excellence in fertility technologies and processes within the assisted reproductive treatment (ART) laboratory.

Fertility expert warns low cost IVF may cost taxpayers more

Posted: 12/09/2014 10:45:27 AM
An approach to ‘more affordable’ IVF in Australia will potentially come at a higher cost per baby to Medicare and therefore the outcomes from these approaches need to be properly evaluated and compared to usual IVF treatment, according to leading IVF exper and Genea Medical Director Associate Professor Mark Bowman.

Genea Canberra celebrates 10th anniversary

Posted: 8/11/2012 12:02:51 PM
The Genea Canberra clinic marks its 10 year anniversary, celebrating the combination of world class science and personalised care.

When life gives you lemons

Posted: 26/10/2012 11:54:45 AM
Lemon juice could prove to be a vital tool in the analysis of semen quality.

Genea announces a world first trial of freeze-all IVF

Posted: 5/06/2012 12:11:51 PM
Genea Specialists and Scientists launch a trial to determine if freezing all embryos during an IVF cycle and waiting until a natural menstrual cycle returns will lead to a higher chance of pregnancy.
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About Genea

Genea is one of Australia’s leading providers for infertility, IVF and other assisted conception treatment with over 31 years of experience in the field. The company has long been a fertility pioneer, with research and technologies developed in-house virtually doubling IVF success rates in the mid-nineties and continuing to improve outcomes today. In 2018, Genea was listed in the Australian Financial Review’s Top 50 Most Innovative Companies List, ranking number 18.

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