Find out more about the latest developments at TasIVF, plus state, national and global news on IVF and fertility issues. 


5 September 2019

Families come in many different forms Today the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute released a study, published in Nature Communications.

24 May 2019

Press release on our innovative AI tool pioneered by Australian scientists to increase success rates in IVF pregnancies gains international interest

24 January 2019

Carrying out “endometrial scratch”, in the month prior to an embryo transfer does not increase the chance of an embryo implanting.

11 October 2018

Ivy has been shown to predict which embryos have the highest likelihood of leading to a viable pregnancy.

27 September 2018

We’re proud to announce a new partnership between Virtus Health as Australia’s number one fertility provider and Business Chicks.

15 August 2018

TasIVF welcomes the research to be conducted by Professor Robert McLachlan to investigate the long term health effects of ICSI and more.

27 November 2017

60Minutes program, Channel 9 last night, provided some insight into the sensitive and highly personal decision-making around embryo donation.

12 September 2017

In response to media reports this week we would like to make it clear that the Virtus Health fertility specialists are leaders in their field as a consequence

30 June 2017

Virtus Health believes that everyone should be treated equally and have the right to marry the person they love.

19 May 2017

We recommend that young women with a short duration of unexplained infertility do still have a good chance of natural conception.

16 November 2016

TasIVF welcomes and supports the ACCC’s review of information provided by Australian fertility clinics on IVF success rates.

23 May 2016

Tasmanian women demonstrate extraordinary generosity in their willingness to donate their eggs to help other women have a chance for the family the desire.

1 October 2015

TasIVF is extending its network of care, with a new clinic opening in Launceston by the end of October 2015.

19 November 2013

The Mercury, 19th November 2013SPERM will be imported from the United States from next year because of a shortage of donors in Tasmania.