Click below to listen to Dadi CEO and co-founder, Tom Smith, and a series of other panelists discuss patient-friendly and minimal approaches in assisted reproduction.
The International IVF Initiative, a non-profit global educational project for the Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART) community, held a session discussing patient-friendly and minimal approaches in assisted reproduction. The International IVF Initiative was created to disseminate knowledge, challenge current dogmas, and facilitate dialogues between those working in ART.
Tom Smith, Dadi CEO and co-founder participated in the session to discuss at-home sperm analysis and the future of semen analysis, sperm storage, and diagnostic services.
Dadi makes make fertility testing and storage affordable and convenient with the mission of normalizing male infertility. Individuals and couples can be proactive about their fertility by testing it early. Men no longer need to spend excessive amounts of money or visit a sperm bank to know their reproductive health.
In addition to Tom, other guests discussed the affordability of assisted reproduction, telemedicine, and home ultrasonography, and IN VIVO embryo development.
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