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Media Releases

Read the latest announcements from Queensland Fertility Group, including scientific breakthroughs and growth within our network, below.

You can also find out more about new developments at QFG through our Blog, or our Research Projects pages.

Australian marriage equality


“Virtus Health believes that everyone should be treated equally and have the right to marry the person they love. As an organisation which has a long standing commitment to helping people grow their families, regardless of their sexuality, we consider it time for inclusivity and equality for all Australians. ”

Sue Channon, CEO, Virtus Health

Queensland Fertility Group is a member of Virtus Health.

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Poppy seed oil attracts undue media attention

Medical Directors from the country’s largest specialist fertility group Virtus Health temper the media’s suggestion that ‘Hope renewed for infertile women’ due to a poppy seed oil ‘cleaning of fallopian tubes.

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Queensland Fertility Group welcomes ACCC involvement in ensuring information for IVF patients is clear

Queensland Fertility Group, as part of Australia’s leading group of fertility clinics, welcomes and supports the ACCC’s review of information provided by Australian fertility clinics on IVF success rates.

The ACCC wrote to fertility clinics across the country asking for a review of website content to ensure consumer understanding as there was a diverse way results were presented.

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New findings confirm IVF does not increase risk of breast cancer

Findings of a long term study following 25,000 women has shown that undergoing IVF is not linked to an increased risk of breast cancer.

The study explored whether ovarian stimulation during IVF could be linked to a higher risk of breast cancer. Women who began IVF treatment between 1983 – 1999, or who underwent other forms of fertility treatment during 1980 – 1995 were contacted, and followed up in 2013 to ascertain cancer incidence rates.

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Australian women support fertility preservation – keeping options open

A ground breaking survey of 1,000 single Australian women aged 18-45 has confirmed career and lifestyle are taking priority for women over children. Awareness and acceptance of fertility preservation (freezing eggs) and the use of single woman donor sperm are very high.

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Australian fertility specialists achieve new birth success from ovarian tissue graft and subsequent IVF

Fertility Society of Australia
Annual Scientific Meeting, Canberra, 13-16 September 2015

Media Release, 16 September 2015

Fertility specialists at our sister clinic, Melbourne IVF, today announced their second success in world leading treatment to achieve a pregnancy and birth from ovarian tissue grafted into the abdominal and pelvic walls of a woman who had been left infertile after cancer treatment.

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First Australians to use Karyomapping genetic testing deliver healthy babies on the same day in different states

In an Australian first, two families have delivered healthy babies on the same day one in Melbourne the other Sydney conceived using karyomapping, a new pre-implantation genetic test based on the use of DNA fingerprinting to identify defective genes, introduced in Australia in November 2014 by Virtus Health (comprising Melbourne IVF, IVFAustralia, Hunter IVF, Queensland Fertility Group, & TasIVF).

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Endometriosis associated with a greater risk of complications in pregnancy

Women with endometriosis are at an increased risk of miscarriage and ectopic pregnancy, according to results of a huge nationwide study of more than 14,000 subjects.

Moreover, women with a history of endometriosis whose pregnancies progressed beyond 24 weeks were found to be at a higher than average risk of complications, including haemorrhage (ante- and postpartum) and preterm birth.

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Licence to become pregnant not on


Labelled as discriminatory and unfair

Dr David Molloy, Medical Director of the Queensland Fertility Group, described a media article published in today’s Courier Mail calling for criminal and child protection background checks into IVF patients as drastic, discriminatory and offensive.

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Survey reveals lack of fertility awareness amongst women

Australia’s leading fertility specialists are encouraging women to get the facts on fertility, after a national survey revealed more than half of respondents had surprising misconceptions about the impact of age on a woman’s fertility and chance of IVF success.

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