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A bioengineered uterus could open up treatment options for women facing infertility.
A vaginal ring that serves double duty as both long-term contraception and convenient HIV prevention showed promise in a small study.
A potential fertility treatment involves taking skin cells and reverse engineering them into eggs and sperm.
By genetically modifying zebrafish, researchers have discovered a sex hormone that could lead to future infertility treatments for humans.
A French cancer survivor is the first person to give birth via a fertility treatment that involves freezing and thawing eggs that underwent in vitro maturation.
About 1 in 500 women have a condition that prevents pregnancy called absolute uterine factor infertility, but recent developments show promise that a uterus transplant surgery could be the solution.
Male infertility contributes to up to half of infertility cases. Why is it so hard to talk about?
Celmatix Founder and CEO Piraye Beim gives an inside look into the battle to secure funding for women's health.
Experimental procedures offer beta solutions for girls, and more time to figure it out for boys.