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At Home with QENDO: Fertility and IVF

Posted on May 24, 2020


Join us for At Home with QENDO: Fertility and IVF Answers via Zoom Online, with CREI Fertility Specialist, Dr Raelia Lew. A Melbourne based thought leader in women’s health who is here to answer some of the questions you may have or provide some information regarding fertility and IVF at the moment. Dr Raelia Lew leads Women’s Health Melbourne, a boutique specialist gynaecology and fertility practice that provides bespoke and nurturing top level care to women and couples.In her approach to fertility, Raelia recognises issues that are important to women and acts as their strong advocate, empowering them along the way. Surgical skill, compassion and her commitment to clinical and academic excellence help Raelia to achieve the best possible treatment outcomes. Her gentle and caring manner coupled with her innovative and modern approach makes her popular with patients. Raelia has specialised expertise in IVF and Egg Freezing. Other interests include Reproductive Surgery, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, Preimplantation Genetic Screening and Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis. Raelia holds the highest possible qualification for a fertility specialist, RANZCOG subspecialty Certificate in Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (CREI), an elite Australasian post-graduate training qualification in IVF, Reproductive Endocrinology, Advanced Minimally-Invasive Gynaecology Surgery, Comprehensive Fertility Care, Andrology (Male Fertility and hormone management) and Assisted Reproductive Technologies. Raelia graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degree with honours from Monash University. She trained as a Gynaecologist and Obstetrician at Sydney’s prestigious Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. During her specialist training, Raelia achieved a Master of Medicine in Reproductive Health Science and Human Genetics at The University of Sydney, and a PhD in Clinical Genetics from the University of Sydney, completed in Cambridge, UK.

 


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