Healing without scars and more effective therapy for women with period problems-those are possibilities raised by the research of Tu’uhevaha Kaitu’u-Lino (Tu’hu for short pron Tu hay) at Prince Henry’s Institute and Monash University.
A young Melbourne researcher has discovered that a compound which attracts white blood cells to areas of inflammation also plays an important role in attracting human embryos to the womb, supporting the establishment of a healthy pregnancy. Approximately 1 in 6 Australian couples will experience infertility. A large part of this may be due to […]
New insight into the cause of female infertility: a certain hormone, interleukin 11, is absolutely essential for female fertility.
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