* Of those patients who responded to the Genea patient survey conducted between 1 January 2017 and 31 December 2017 (244 patients)
** When compared to the MINC incubator and Gems sequential media. Study performed in Genea’s Canberra, Wollongong, Liverpool, North West, RPA and Kent St laboratories, 2015-2019. The Geri incubation system was used in all Genea clinics by 2018. Published in a peer reviewed journal Fertility and Sterility and presented at the American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) congress in 2020, official reference being: Peura T, Murray A, Hesketh N, Dalati S, Bowman M, McArthur S (2020): Is the biggest impact on clinical IVF outcomes obtained by implementation of continuous media, time-lapse incubator or both? Fertil Steril 114 (3) Suppl., e129. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fertnstert.2020.08.383

Frequently Asked Questions

Legislation prohibits commercial surrogacy within Australia. Commercial surrogacy is where surrogacy is undertaken in exchange for payment.

The law makes it illegal for couples or individuals from most Australian jurisdictions to travel overseas for the purposes of commercial surrogacy and Genea cannot assist in any treatment for this purpose.

Yes. You can have a surrogate and donated gametes. Genea does not support traditional surrogacy – where the surrogate’s eggs are used to create the pregnancy either through insemination or IVF, nor the use of both donor eggs and donor sperm with surrogacy.