A solution to repeated IVF failures

Our team has developed a treatment that modulates the receptivity of the uterine lining in patients undergoing in vitro fertilization treatment. This leads to an increased success rate.

What is endometrial immunomodulation?

The treatment consists of drawing blood from the patient and then isolating and placing mononuclear lymphocyte cells (PBMCs) in a culture medium. After cultivating these cells for 48 hours in a special medium, they are placed in the uterine cavity. The transfer of an embryo takes place a few days later.

The culture activates the cells and causes an increased secretion of cytokines, natural molecules that play a role in the implantation of the embryo in the endometrium.

Intrauterine PBMC insemination, a simple and generally painless procedure, is performed by the doctor.

Although this treatment applies primarily to couples who have had numerous implantation failures, it is possible that it may one day be used for all infertile couples.