Successful meeting in Hadera

02 Apr 2014

Does less equal more?

Author: Joanna

Performance of treatment with minimum ovarian stimulation and considerations in selecting the right treatment for the IVF process – all this and more were the focus of the international conference held at Hillel Yaffe Medical Center by the IVF Unit in conjunction with the Israeli Fertility Association and ISMAAR. The conference brought together 180 specialists in the field from hospitals and universities in Israel and around the world. The title: Toward Friendly Stimulation in Assisted Reproductive Technologies. The main message: There are times when even with less treatment you can achieve good results, but the most important principle in fertility treatment is in personalising the process for each woman and focusing on a healthy lifestyle as a highly significant contributing factor.

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