How much is a baby worth?: A recent article on ART and social equity in Nature
Access to fertility treatments is limited by the cost in both high- and low-income countries. But... Read more
Debate: Should couples with unexplained infertility have three to six cycles of intrauterine insemination with ovarian stimulation or in vitro fertilization as first-line treatment?
Willem Ombelet's position on intrauterine insemination and in vitro fertilization as first-line... Read more
IVF and other ART in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic landscape analysis
More literature to promote IVF and other ART strategies in low- and middle-income countries. Read... Read more
Editor-in-Chief thoughts on WHO's facts sheet on infertility (3)
WHO fact sheet on infertility gives hope to millions of infertile couples worldwide. Although the... Read more
World Health Organization: A fact sheet on infertility (2).
The global problem of infertility including etiology, burden of disease and access to fertility... Read more
B2-INF: Giving voice to EU citizens to shape ART !
We are delighted to announce the participation of the Walking Egg npo and start of the European... Read more
What should you know about infertility? - WHO Fact sheet on Infertility (1)
The WHO has published a Fact Sheet on Infertility highlighting the need for prevention, diagnosis... Read more
30 years of IVF in Genk: a Laudatio to Prof. dr. Willem Ombelet - Know where you're going and have a strong stated mission...
It was with great honor that the Ziekenhuis Oost-Limburg received the celebration of the 30 years... Read more
Universal Access to fertility care: 12 years of facing challenges, providing solutions and witnessing achievements.
During the past 12 and 13 of December 2019 our headquarters in Genk, Belgium welcomed key opinion... Read more
Share-net International: a co-creation conference
The importance of policy and practice in regards to "Universal Access to infertility care" at... Read more
28th Annual ESGE meeting: time for a change !
The European Society for Gynecological Endocopy (ESGE) is the largest international scientific... Read more
Refresh and upgrade: the Ghanian Walking Egg team
The past 16th of September we had the praise of receiving our team from Ghana. Following the... Read more