Mild stimulation for in vitro fertilization
Changes in practice make analysis of historical databases irrelevant for comparison between Natural and Stimulated IVF
Add-ons in IVF programme – Hype or Hope?
Scientific evidence shows the need for a fresh approach to IVF
Why Fertility Education is needed in schools
Mild approaches in assisted reproduction–better for the future?
A successful pregnancy following ‘double rescue’ egg retrieval in a woman with Natural cycle IVF
Helping Women with their Fertility should be part of the Agenda for Gender Equality
The (t)WE lab Simplified IVF Procedure: First Births after freezing/thawing
First births with a simplified culture system for clinical IVF and embryo transfer
ESHRE consensus on the definition of ‘poor response’ to ovarian stimulation for in vitro fertilization
In vitro maturation of human immature oocytes for fertility preservation
ISMAAR-editorial Leading the global agenda for a more physiological, patient-centred, accessible and safer approaches in ART
Single embryo transfer: the role of natural cycle/minimal stimulation IVF in the future
Low-dose HCG is useful in preventing OHSS in high-risk women without adversely affecting the outcome of IVF cycles
Embryo transfer and luteal support in natural cycles
Towards a more physiological approach to IVF
Is ovarian stimulation detrimental to the endometrium?
The ISMAAR proposal on terminology for ovarian stimulation for IVF
The problem of IVF cost in developing countries: has natural cycle IVF a place?
Long-term effects of ovulation-stimulating drugs on cancer risk
IVF, IVM, natural cycle IVF, minimal stimulation IVF – time for a rethink
Age, oestradiol and blastocysts can predict success in natural cycle IVF–embryo transfer
Minimal ovarian stimulation with clomiphene citrate: a large-scale retrospective study
Ultrasound and the receptivity of the endometrium
Ethics, social, legal, counselling. Affordable IVF for developing countries
Natural/mild assisted reproduction technologies: reducing cost and increasing safety
Mild ovarian stimulation for IVF
A mild treatment strategy for in-vitro fertilisation: a randomised non-inferiority trial
Declining birth rate in Developed Countries: A radical policy re-think is required
Milder ovarian stimulation for in-vitro fertilization reduces aneuploidy in the human preimplantation embryo: a randomized controlled trial
Mild ovarian stimulation for IVF: 10 years later