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Nuclear Transfer Background

Nuclear transfer — is a unique approach to the treatment of infertility: it gives hope to give birth to a genetically native child to couples, to whom the reproductive medicine previously could only offer donor eggs.

For today, 2 types of nuclear transfers have been successfully implemented — at the stage of the spindle (John Zang, 2016) and the pronuclear transfer (clinic Nadiya, 2017).

The third way — the transfer of genetic material before the time of full maturation — is in the active stage of the scientific experiment and we hope in the near future to be able to help many women at the age above 42 years old and the birth of a healthy native child without donation of eggs.


Spindle transfer

Pronuclear transfer

M1 transfer

Who and how can we help?

  • Women with mitochondrial diseases
  • Couples with the block of embryo development
  • Women aged 42 years without donation of eggs