Transfer in male fertility

Research grants awarded to university laboratories and tax credits offered to companies who perform research internally make taxpayers the most important investors in research and development, whether it is in the United States of America, Canada or Québec in particular.

The good news is that it works! Researchers do discover awesome and surprising things in many fields of science and the male fertility area of research is no exception. The main problem in the male fertility field is that the transfer of knowledge and technologies towards medical laboratories and fertility clinics is not keeping pace with the discovery process. Consequently, taxpayers do not obtain full return on the investment they made. Effectively, without technology transfer to medical laboratories or fertility clinics, they can never benefit from the outcome of the research work that they funded in the male fertility field.

Why choose the best available technology?

Not using the best available technology in the male fertility field is simply equivalent to refusing information. Yet, this information about male fertility is important to positively influence the decision of the couple and their physician. Nobody wants to go for a treatment without previously obtaining the best check-up possible or the maximum amount of quality information about their condition. This is particularly true with medically assisted procreation (MAP). Effectively, it is a given that MAP techniques are very helpful and performed with the greatest of professionalism, hence their success. Nevertheless, they are very demanding for couples and for women, in particular, who must brave most of the treatments. To get the most out of the MAP process and to limit the inconveniences that women will have to tolerate, a good start with the best male fertility evaluation is a must.

The mission

The Nasci Biologie Médicale Inc. mission is to directly address these problems and challenges in relation to male fertility.

  1. Make the best available male fertility evaluation technologies accessible to patients
  2. Enhance MAP success by a better male fertility diagnosis
  3. Minimize the inconveniences that women face through the MAP process
  4. Transfer the evaluation of certain parameters related to male fertility to updated and more efficient technological platforms
  5. Perform research on male fertility
  6. Participate in the continuing education of gynecologists, urologists, general practitioners and other specialists who get involved with male fertility.

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Nasci Biologie Médicale Inc. is actively conducting several research projects on human fertility. Because of that, our laboratory is constantly seeking sperm donors in order to continuously improve the analyses offered and to develop new ones for the future. If you are interested in helping future clients and contributing to the success of our business, please contact us by clicking ici