In a second blog post on the fertility forum BubHub, Mark discusses the challenges that both patients and their doctors face when IVF is not quickly working
Mark responds to some commonly asked questions on the Fertility Forum BubHub
Mark comments to the Australian Financial Review on the recent announcement by some Silicon Valley companies to offer reimbursement for social egg freezing as part of their employment packages
Mark is interviewed on “The Project”, discussing IVF and genetic testing of embryos using the technique of Comparative Genomic Hybridization (CGH). This interview was conducted when Genea was presenting its first results from the technique.
Mark appears in a recent radio interview discussing the impact of female age upon fertility rates, and other stuff.
Prof Mark Bowman speaks to ABCNews24 about a recent paper questioning the use of IVF for unexplained infertility.
Interview Part 1
Interview Part 2
WHEN Selena Klasnja fell pregnant, she did not feel the hope and excitement experienced by most women. Instead, she held her breath, waiting to see if the pregnancy would last.
Mrs Klasnja, 41, spent 13 years trying for a baby, suffering repeated miscarriages which could not be explained.
”As soon as the pregnancy was detected, in a week or two I would have miscarriage,” she said. ”It was awful, you can’t imagine.”
It was only through the use of a new technique pioneered by Sydney IVF experts that she finally gave birth to her identical twin boys, Snape and Blake.