We often use the term "One Cycle, One Family". But what do we mean? What are we aspiring to and why?
Michael Bonifacio started at Genea in 2000 as a Scientific Officer he is now Pathology Manager and runs the world leading GeneSyte prenatal testing at Genea. We sat down with Bono and got a crash course on GeneSyte.
At Genea, our staff are aware of and sensitive to a variety of cultural beliefs and requirements. Dr Sonal Karia writes about the Indian culture and its impact on fertility.
Grow by Genea connects patients to images of their embryos in the lab. So, what's the feedback been from patients using Grow? Emily Debenham shares survey results.
With the range of clinics available it can be easy to compare on cost alone however there are a number of other factors that are equally, if not more important and that ultimately impact the final cost it takes to create a family.
After a decade of lobbying and in response to a Genea submission, the Medical Services Advisory Committee (MSAC) formally recommended the Federal Government provide funding for pre-implantation genetic diagnosis (PGD). Read about this exciting news.
Everyone you ask seems to have a different opinion about how long you should try to conceive naturally before seeking help. The commonly accepted timeframe is after 12 months of regular unprotected sex if you are 35 or younger and after six months if you are over 35...
As the chill in the air becomes a little more prolonged and the wet weather rolls in, the question of whether it is appropriate and safe to have a flu vaccination during fertility treatment and pregnancy shoots to the top of our Nurses’ FAQ list.
We sat down with Genea Andrology Manager Linda Cooper and asked her all the awkward questions patients want to know the answers to but sometimes don’t have the confidence to ask.