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Eeva™ System Eeva – Clinical Studies

MERGE Study

The MultiCenter Registry with Eeva™ (MERGE) Research Study is currently recruiting patients at the following clinics across the US.

Eeva: The Early Embryo Viability Assessment Test, is a test to be used by IVF laboratories to analyze early embryo development and to aid in the selection of the best embryo for transfer. At the heart of Eeva is software that was designed to assess critical differences in early embryo growth and determine an embryo’s viability and the potential for further development.

The Eeva Test was developed based on landmark research conducted at Stanford University1 which discovered that early embryo growth events can predict embryo development and reflect the underlying health of the embryo.

Auxogyn Inc. recently completed a multi-center clinical trial using Eeva with 54 patients and 758 embryos. The results from the trial supported that when embryologists used Eeva in conjunction with their traditional techniques they were able to correctly identify non-viable embryos 86% of the time vs. only 58% of the time without using Eeva2.

The goal of the MERGE study is to record and evaluate the use of traditional embryo grading techniques combined with Eeva in the treatment of in vitro fertilization. If you are interested in participating in this research study, please contact one of the following clinics for more information.

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Fertility Centers of Illinois Highland Park

767 Park Avenue West, Suite B400
Highland Park, Illinois 60035
(847) 266-3535
http://fcionline.com
http://aparentivf.com

Fertility Centers Illinois
River North Center

900 N Kingsbury, River Walk 6
Chicago, IL, 60610
(312) 222-8230; (877) 324-4483
http://fcionline.com

Fertility Center of San Antonio (FCSA)

4499 Medical Drive #200
San Antonio, TX 78229
(210) 692-0577
http://www.fertilitysa.com

HRC Fertility Encino

15503 Ventura Blvd, Suite 200
Encino, CA 91436
(866) HRC-4IVF (472-4483)
(818) 788-7288
http://www.havingbabies.com

Institute for Reproductive Health

805 Edwards Road, Suite 450
Cincinnati, OH 45209
(513) 924-5550
http://www.cincinnatifertility.com

Long Island IVF

8 Corporate Center Drive
Melville, NY 11747
(631) 752-0606
(877) 838-BABY
http://www.longislandivf.com

Pacific Fertility Center

55 Francisco Street, Suite 500
San Francisco, CA 94133
(888) 834-3095
(415) 834-3095
http://www.pacificfertilitycenter.com

Reproductive Partners-Redondo Beach

510 N. Prospect Ave., Ste. #202
Redondo Beach, CA 90277
(310) 318-3010
http://www.reproductivepartners.com

Stanford University IVF/ART Program

900 Welch Road, Suite 350
Stanford, CA 94304
(650) 498-7911
http://stanfordhospital.org

The Center for Advanced Reproductive Services (CARS) at UCONN

263 Farmington Ave, Dowling S, 2nd Fl
Farmington, CT 06030-6224
860-679-4580
http://fertilitycenter-uconn.org

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Prospective Multi-Center Study

Previous, Auxogyn completed a multicenter clinical study which evaluated embryos from the following five IVF clinics in California:

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Fertility Physicians of Northern California
2581 Samaritan Drive, Suite 302
San Jose, CA 95124
Tel: 408-356-1600

Huntington Reproductive Center
15503 Ventura Blvd, Suite 200
Encino, CA 91436
Tel: 818-788-7288

Pacific Fertility Center
55 Francisco Street, Suite 500
San Francisco, CA 94133
Tel: 415-834-3000

Reproductive Science Center
Reproductive Science Center
3160 Crow Canyon Road, Suite 150
San Ramon, CA 94583
Tel: 925-973-5012

Stanford IVF Clinic
Obstetrics & Gynecology-
Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility
Stanford University
900 Welch Road, Suite 20
Palo Alto, CA 94304
Tel: 650-498-7911

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For the results for the study, please refer to the following publication: Improving embryo selection using computer-automated time-lapse imaging plus day 3 morphology: results from a prospective multi-user trial. Conaghan et al. Fertility & Sterility. 100(2): 412-9. 2013.


Further information on the criteria for patient eligibility and study methods for all open studies is available at www.ClinicalTrials.gov.

1 Wong et al. Nature Biotechnology (2010)

2 Conaghan et al. Fertility & Sterility, May 2013