Feskov Human Reproduction Сenter, Kharkiv
The company was founded by Professor Alexander Mikhailovich Feskov, M.D., a member of the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE), the American Society of Reproductive Medicine ASRM, a member of the board of the Ukrainian Association of Reproductive Medicine UARM. Since 1995 he has been working effectively in the field of reproductive medicine in Ukraine.
Feskov human reproduction group performs a complex of medical, legal, information, trouble-shooter services in the field of reproductive medicine, reproductive rights, human genetics.
Web site: https://www.mother-surrogate.com/
Address: Holodnogorskaya st. 15, Kharkov, 61098 Ukraine
Academician V.I. Gryshchenko Clinic for Reproductive Medicine, Kharkiv
The founder, organizer, director, inspirer of the clinic “Implant” was the outstanding scientist, brilliant doctor, wonderful leader, member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Doctor of Medical Science, Professor, Gryshchenko Valentin Ivanovich.
Under his leadership, both the first in Ukraine successful in vitro fertilization program, and all the multifaceted medical activity of our Clinic. Valentin Ivanovich Gryshchenko is rightfully considered to be the founder of reproductive medicine in Ukraine.
In 1983, Valentin Ivanovich Gryshchenko set up the first laboratory of human reproduction (later reorganized into the Clinic “Implant”), in which he brought together a group of scientists – medics and biologists. In difficult conditions of absence of special equipment, deficiency of necessary medicines and environments, they studied and implemented new technologies for infertility treatment. And finally, in 1990 in Kharkov, the first successful IVF cycle was conducted in Ukraine, which resulted in that on March 19, 1991 the baby girl Katia was born (head of the team – V.I. Gryshchenko, gynecologist – F.V. Dakhno, embryologist - N.N. Chub).
A unique event became the first in the CIS successful surrogate maternity program conducted in the clinic “Implant” in 1992. A woman aged 48 years had gestated and gave birth to her daughter, which had not anatomical-physiological capacity for gestation (absent uterus) but had a great desire to have children. At the time this event seemed to be absolutely fantastic.
In 2001, in “Implant” Clinic on the initiative of N.G. Gryshchenko Department of Gynecologic Endoscopy was opened and began its activity.
As a result of perennial research of applicability of extralow temperatures, in 2003 the first child in Ukraine was born after transfer, conducted in the clinic “Implant”, into the patient’s uterus of her own embryos after cryopreservation.
On January 03, 2011 Valentin Ivanovich Gryshchenko was gone. He left this life, but remained in the hearts of the happy parents and their children, he stayed with us forever: in the hearts of his colleagues and students. He taught us to learn every day, hour and moment, bearing in mind, for what purpose we work and live, to love and to cherish the people and earnestly strive to help, keeping the tradition of humanism, professionalism and collegiality.
The Clinic’s team unanimously resolved to name “Implant” clinic after Academician Valentin Ivanovich Gryshchenko.
Today Academician V.I. Gryshchenko Clinic for Reproductive Medicine is the medical institution that provides full range of services to effectively diagnose and treat all types of male and female infertility. The Clinic successfully carries out all programs of ART, sperm and egg donation, surrogate maternity programs.
Continuous scientific research, exchange of professional experience, great work and genuine desire to give women the happiness of motherhood became the “gold standard” for activity of the Clinic’s specialists. The result of this activity became the birth of more than five thousand children whose parents sought help at Academician V.i. Gryshchenko Clinic for Reproductive Medicine.
Web site: http://implant-ivf.com
Address: 61052, Ukraine, Kharkiv city, 25, Blagovischenska Str., 49101, Ukraine, Dnipro city, 8, Sergiya Nigoyana Ave