Page 21 - Aspire Newsletter APRIL 2022 Vol 7 / Issue 2
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                                   MALE INFERTILTY SIG
                                                         Speakers will examine range of creative new approaches regarding
male factor infertilty
By Professors Gwo-Jang Wu and Atushi Tanaka
The ASPIRE 2022 SIG Pre-Congress Course on 28 April will pose the question: Are you ready for the creation and new approach on male infertility?
It will allow expert speakers to share their knowledge and experience about extended technologies or approaches in treating male infertility and address advances in semen analysis, DNA fragmentation and oxidative stress assay.
Participants will learn about the interpretation of these techniques in a clinical environment from an evidencebased perspective.
Sperm DNA damage can be defined as any single or double strand breaks in the normal structure of the DNA.
Gwo-Jang Wu
Atsushi Tanaka
  Clinically, there is growing awareness that chromosomal anomalies and gene mutations underlie a diverse spectrum of male infertility factors that may be rescued through a donor sperm program.
The course will examine best practice options in managing patients with non-obstructive azoospermia, explore developments in round spermatid injection (ROSI) and discuss psychological implications on male infertility.

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