The genital reconstruction Program is part of the social assistance work of Dexeus Mujer Foundation and it is led by Dr Pere Barri Soldevila, who was the first doctor in Spain performing this surgery. Its launch was a pioneering initiative in our country, and it contributed giving this problem visibility, helping many women.
The Reproductive Medicine Service of Dexeus Mujer has been awarded with the Professional Excellence Prize in the category of care team, yearly presented by the Colegio oficial de Médicos of Barcelona (CoMB). This prize is a public recognition to the valuable and high-quality work of professionals of different specialities.
Coinciding with Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we launched our solidarity initiative #idocare. Together with Women’secret, we launched a collection of underwear whose profits will go to the Fertility Preservation Program for oncological patients of Dexeus Mujer Foundation. Join the movement!
The Endometriosis Unit of Dexeus Mujer has applied, for the first time ever in Spain, a new and less aggressive surgical technique for deep endometriosis surgery which also reduces the risk of complications and provides better ovarian function preservation.
For the first time ever in the world, a woman has become pregnant and subsequently given birth to a baby from an egg previously frozen in an automated procedure thanks to a team of embryologists from Dexeus Mujer.
News of the birth of a baby with genetic material from three people has been making its way around the world. However, the technique that made it possible is still at the experimental stage and requires manipulating the genetic material of the embryo. If you want to know what is involved and whether it can be done in Spain, don't miss this interview with Dr. Montserrat Boada.
Women’s Health Dexeus will take part in the 32nd annual meeting of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) that will be held in Helsinki, Finland, from July 3rd to July 6th. This year, Women’s Health Dexeus will not only be present with oral communications and posters at the scientific program, but also with a stand at the exhibiting area from Sunday until Wednesday.