Danish article on how to increase the birth rate

March 29, 2016

Reproductive diseases are, unfortunately, a common factor for 10-15 percent of couples trying to get pregnant: “It is one of the biggest pandemics we have. Even though we live longer and healthier, the time interval in which we are able to conceive hasn’t moved 10 minutes”, says Søren Ziebe, Professor and Head of the Fertility Clinic at Rigshospitalet in Copenhagen.

According to him, we need to create awareness and provide more information about fertility problems. (translated)



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