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Aevitas Clinic is going green and going paper-less!

Aevitas, in collaboration with the MedeMass company, has developed a programme (The Health 1 system) specifically and uniquely designed to encompass the processes, forms and spreadsheets of the clinic, electronically. This electronic (paper-less) system will ensure much more streamlined and efficient processes, allowing for improved information- and knowledge sharing, while ensuring that our carbon footprint is […]

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Prof Siebert’s venture abroad, to share and obtain knowledge and -skill as fertility specialist and endoscopic surgeon

Our Aevitas physician, Prof Igno Siebert, recently returned from a trip to France, Dubai and Namibia, where he shared and obtained knowledge and skill within the field of endoscopic surgery and -infertility. Prof Siebert had the privilege of spending time abroad to perform surgery with some of the top international gynaecological endoscopic surgeons. Prof Siebert […]

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Prof Thinus Kruger talks to RSG about Testosterone

Testosterone myths, facts and it’s influence on fertility, are discussed in this interview with Prof Thinus Kruger, on ‘Gesondheid op RSG’: http://www.rsg.co.za/images/upload/sound/klanke/20170712_GESONDHEID.mp3  

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Argentina based fellowship in fertility, named after Prof Kruger

Approximately ten years ago Dr Sarmiento, one of three students from Argentina, spent a year under the guidance of Prof Kruger, in order to complete a fellowship in human fertility and reproductive medicine. Dr Sarmiento, now acts as director of the Cordoba (Argentina) based fellowship, which they have named after our very own Aevitas physician, […]

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Aevitas physicians representing at the 2017 ‘European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology’ meeting

In case you were wondering what our Aevitas physicians have been up to… Prof Kruger and Dr Hulme are currently representing Aevitas Fertility Clinic through attending the 33rd Annual Meeting of ESHRE, held in Geneva, Switzerland from 2 – 5 July 2017.  This is just one of many ways our Aevitas physicians stay updated with […]

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Surrogate story – The Mckenzie twins

Aevitas Fertility Clinic would like to thank the Mckenzie’s for being open to sharing their fertility journey, -ups and downs, and finally -success through the gift of surrogacy. Here is Tasha’s story, written in her own words: “This is our story of not giving up, our story of hope, our story that miracles really do […]

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The Winners Programme – Prof Igno Siebert assist with examination process of the international accredited education and training programme for Gynaecological Surgery.

South African Gynaecologists performing endoscopic surgery now have access to an internationally accredited education and training programme, ‘The Winners Programme’. The Winners Programme was developed by the European Academy for Gynaecological Surgery and through collaboration by Prof Igno Siebert (Aevitas physician), the model has been implemented in South Africa, since January 2016. The theoretical part, […]

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Radio interview, “The surrogacy story”, featuring Prof Kruger wins regional journalism award.

Aevitas Fertility Clinic would hereby like to congratulate Eye Witness News reporter, Giovanna Gerbi, who was announced the ‘2016 Radio Feature winner’ at the Vodacom Awards. Giovanna’s award was as a result of a radio interview, “The surrogacy story”, conducted with Prof Kruger earlier this year. The 2016 Vodacom Awards produced 976 entries, consisting of […]

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Prof’s Siebert and Kruger attend the International ESHRE conference

Prof’s Siebert and Kruger attended the International ESHRE conference in Helsinki, Finland, July 2016. The conference assisted the physicians of Aevitas Fertility Clinic in gaining new knowledge to assist patients with poor response to fertility treatment. Prof Kruger (far right) with colleagues at the ESHRE conference.

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Prof Thinus Kruger, Aevitas Clinician and pioneer in fertility treatment in South Africa, talks about the birth of the first South African test tube baby, 1984.

A very proud moment for Tyger Maties and South Africa. Prof Thinus Kruger discusses the birth of South Africa's first test tube baby in 1984 at Tygerberg Hospital. #MyTygerMaties60 #IVF #medicine #pioneers #tbt #throwbackthursday #testtubebabies #60yearsofexcellence A photo posted by SU Medicine & Health Sciences (@suhealthsci) on Aug 11, 2016 at 4:01am PDT

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