Welcome to Beacon CARE Fertility in Dublin
Information Evening - 13th March 2014 at 7.30pm
Our clinical staff will be talking about fertility issues and the range of treatment options available through Beacon CARE Fertility, including CAREmaps.
There will be an opportunity to ask questions and meet members of our new team at Beacon CARE Fertility.
Places are free but limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis. You can reserve space(s) by calling the Beacon CARE Fertility clinic on Tel: +353 (0)1 293 2955 or e-mail email@example.com
Dedicated to helping you
Our Clinic is a state of the art facility offering patients access to the full spectrum of assisted conception technologies including the latest cutting edge treatments.
The Beacon CARE Fertility team is a close knit, dedicated and highly experienced team of professional staff, recognized for their compassion and special attention to the individual needs of patients.
We are committed to implementing thorough investigations for each patient in order to provide personalised treatment plans to give everyone the best chance of success. We are able to offer the most cutting edge technologies and our lab is equipped with the latest innovative equipment including a unique incubator which allows time lapse embryo imaging.
If you would like further information, please telephone for a brochure on +353 (0)1 293 2955.
At Beacon CARE Fertility, our aim always, is to offer our patients the very best chance of achieving a pregnancy.
Using CAREmaps we have demonstrated a 56% uplift in live births, equivalent to a 78% live birth rate (based on CARE's live birth data).1,2
1 Campbell, A., Fishel, S., Bowman, N., Duffy, S., Sedler, M., Hickman, C.F.L., 2013. Modelling a risk classification of aneuploidy in human embryos using non-invasive morphokinetics. Reproductive BioMedicine Online (2013) 26, 477 - 485
2 Campbell, A., Fishel, S., Bowman, N., Duffy, S., Sedler, M., Thornton, S., 2013. Retrospective analysis of outcomes after IVF using a time-lapse imaging derived aneuploidy risk model without PGS. Reproductive BioMedicine Online 9 May 2013