Male infertility—a look under the cover

Raising a healthy family is almost a universal dream for couples, the reality is that infertility is on the up and now affects one in five Australian men and women.

13 November | FREE forum on male infertility and planning for a healthy baby

Who is the forum for?

This forum is for men and their partners who are planning a family or trying to conceive. It will allow men and their partners to hear about the latest in male reproductive research and ask questions from leading experts.

Attendees will hear from male reproductive scientists and clinicians on causes, diagnosis and treatments for male infertility, improving fertility and how a man’s health at conception affect’s his child’s development.

Did you know?

  • Infertility is a widespread problem
  • For one in five infertile couples, the diagnosis is with the male partner
  • About one in 20 men has a low sperm count
  • Australia is among the highest per capita users of IVF
  • When trying to conceive, lifestyle changes for men can improve outcomes for future offspring.

“It’s really important to engage the public in our research so that we can share the latest knowledge to help empower them. It’s also important for us to learn from people about the issues they face as they encounter fertility problems, so that we can find ways to help,” said Associate Professor Peter Stanton.

Speakers include Professor Rob McLachlan, a physician in andrology and Director of Healthy Male, and the Head of the Centre of Reproductive Health, Professor Kate Loveland.

Download the flyer here: https://hudson.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Program-Male-Infertility-Forum-13-Nov-2019.pdf 

Download the flyer now: https://hudson.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Flyer-CRH-Male-Infertility-Forum-13-Nov-2019-1.pdf

 

 

 

 

Date

Nov 13 2019

Time

5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Location

Hudson Institute of Medical Research, Seminar rooms 1&2 of the Translational Research Facility, 45 Kanooka Grove, Clayton
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