Hope for infertile women as scientists create eggs from stem cells in mice before using IVF to produce healthy young | UPDATED: 06:51 GMT, 5 October 2012 For the first time, scientists have not only succeeded in making eggs, but using them in IVF to produce healthy young.
Drinking, smoking or being overweight 'does not harm men's fertility' Men with unhealthy lifestyles 'likely to be just as fertile' as those living more sensibly | UPDATED: 23:42 GMT, 12 June 2012 NHS guidelines say GPs are supposed to warn men diagnosed with infertility of the dangers of alcohol, tobacco and recreational drugs It's the advice every man trying to become a father wants to hear – have a drink and relax.
Male Pill could be developed within a decade after discovery of gene key to sperm production | UPDATED: 21:41 GMT, 24 May 2012 A breakthrough by British fertility experts could lead to a male pill and even a 'genetic vasectomy'.
British scientist 'fathered 600 children' by donating sperm at his own fertility clinic Bertold Wiesner set up the controversial London Barton clinic with his wife Mary Bartons in the 1940sOnly select members of the couple's friends were chosen as donors to help women conceive 1,500 babies Two biological sons have found 18 others conceived at clinic – 12 were fathered by Dr Wiesner | UPDATED: 22:13 GMT, 8 April 2012 A British scientist fathered up to 600 children after founding a fertility clinic that promised to provide sperm donors from ‘intelligent stock’, it emerged yesterday.
Five-fold jump in IVF donors as payment for eggs rises to 750The recession will further help fuel the rise in the number of women coming forward, claim campaigners | UPDATED: 21:56 GMT, 30 March 2012 The payment to women donating their eggs for use in IVF will triple from 250 to 750 tomorrow.
Could stem cells give every woman life-long fertility Breakthrough could lead to unlimited supply of eggs By Tamara Cohen Last updated at 2:34 AM on 27th February 2012 Scientists have found stem cells in human ovaries from which it may one day be possible to produce an ‘unlimited’ supply of eggs.
Artificial testicle could help infertile men father children by creating sperm from stem cells Fertility device in development after funding approved Aim is to 're-create testicle in an artificial environment' Experts say product will be ready in the next five to seven years Baby joy: Infertile men could be able to have children in a few years after scientists revealed they are trying to create sperm cells in an artificial testicle An artificial testicle that produces human sperm could help solve male infertility, say scientists. A team, led by specialist Dr Paul Turek from San Francisco, have been given the go ahead to create the device after receiving a substantial grant. Scientists have tried to create sperm cells before but have only managed to complete three-quarters of the process in the laboratory