Infertility treatment By methods of assisted reproductive technologies (ART)
NGC is a modern medical centre that specializes in infertility treatment via ART (Assisted Reproductive Technology) methods
By methods of assisted reproductive technologies (art). IUI, IVF, ICSI.
Sperm collection methods: PESA, MESA, TESA, TESE, Micro-TESE
Is a clearly and smoothly functioning system, where sophisticated devices and the latest technology
Egg (oocyte) donation
Donor biomaterials for IVF programs. Choice from the clinic base
II (intrauterine insemination) with sperm from a partner or donor
Cryobank of eggs, embryos and sperm
Cryobank NGC supplies the highest quality donor's materials to the patients of our clinic and to the IVF clinics abroad
PGS for 23 Chromosome pairsThe goal of PGS is to identify embryos without specific genetic pathology (genetic or chromosomal)
In order to establish biological paternity, you can perform a respective DNA paternity test. The following method is currently the most reputable and trustworthy.
Diagnostics of hereditary diseasesAll parents, even those who are completely healthy, are likely to have a child with a hereditary disease caused by mutations in the genes.
PGT-M of embryos Preimplantation genetic diagnosis is a method used to detect genetic defects in embryos obtained through in vitro fertilization (IVF).
NIPTNIPT - non-invasive prenatal test - is the most convenient way to get information about possible chromosomal abnormalities in the fetus starting from 10 weeks of pregnancy.
CaryotypingKaryotyping is a method of cytogenetic research that focuses on studying of human chromosomes.
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Our employees stood at the origins of the development of reproductive medicine in Russia and are known all over the world as high-level professionals
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Success story of our US patients
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Success story of our French patient
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Special testimony from NGC patients
Last months were ultra-challenging to all of us, and we have been doing our best to keep up with the ever-changing situation