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  • Duo fertility device claims to determine the precise time to conceive baby with scientific accuracy.
  • There is a new way to pinpoint the best opportunity to get pregnant without expensive fertility treatments --- the DuoFertility device. The device is available in England, and the FDA recently approved it in the United States. The monitor costs about $800, far less than the thousands of dollars many couples spend on fertility treatments. Of course, it isn't for all women. But it's helping more and more couples with unexplained fertility issues...
  • IF EVERYONE'S favorite young royals, Kate and William, used a sophisticated, made-in-Britain fertility tracker to help conceive Prince George of Cambridge, Shamus Husheer isn't telling. "They'd probably have bought the device under a false name," said the likewise Cambridge (University)-connected co-inventor of DuoFertility, perhaps the most practical piece of wearable, digital health electronics we've stumbled on since, well, forever. "And of...
  • The Baby Maker
  • Dr. Jacques Moritz (left) with patient Sirin Aysan Weiss, who suscessfully got pregnant using the  DuoFertility device.
    Sirin Aysan Weiss had been trying to get pregnant with no success. She was getting worried. Aysan Weiss, 39, a TV director and producer from Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and her husband, Hans Weiss, 36, an advertising executive, struggled to conceive for the better part of last year. “We’d been trying for a year, but we have busy schedules. I travel a lot, my husband travels a lot, we both work a lot,” Aysan Weiss said. The couple underwent medical...
  • Big data fertility
    Cambridge Temperature Concepts, the UK company behind fertility tool DuoFertility, has a bold mission – provide a viable, affordable alternative to in-vitro fertilisation (IVF). After years of R&D and a market launch in 2009, it’s now pretty well-established in the UK, available in greater Europe and taking its first steps in key market the US. DuoFertility, which retails at £495 in the UK and a roughly equivalent $795 in the US, comes as a...
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  • DuoFertility
    UK startup DuoFertility is tackling a really tough problem: infertility. The company has built a sensor-plus-service business to predict the most fertile days of women who are having difficulty conceiving to improve the chances of conception — hence its tagline: “assisted natural conception”. There is no invasive technology involved, just a lot of number crunching. The startup’s approach sits somewhere in the middle of the competition in this...
  • Helen and David got pregnant in two months with DuoFertility
    Helen Egan is a Pharmacy Manager at Boots and is about to go back to work after having her first baby. Once my husband and I decided it was the right time to try and have a baby, it took us about 12 months to conceive. We were so excited that we paid to go for an early scan to meet the baby straight away. There wasn’t a heartbeat.  I was still exhibiting pregnancy symptoms, I had morning sickness, I still felt very bloated but I had had an early...
  • Oriane Chausiaux and Shamus Husheer have just launched DuoFertility, a system that aims to help women get pregnant by making the most of their natural fertility
    Make sure all your natural bases are covered, including a new home monitoring system, before paying for IVF. Older women struggling to conceive will have been slightly cheered by last week’s news that guidelines barring women aged over 40 from NHS-funded fertility treatment have been altered. Now, anyone aged between 40 and 42 will be eligible for one full cycle of IVF if they have not previously had treatment and cannot conceive naturally. But...
  • DuoFertility reader connected to computer
    Apple has already transformed two industries: music and computing. Now, as the company reportedly attempts the redefinition of the watch – one of man's oldest pieces of technology – the next phase of the techno revolution is hoving into clear view: welcome to the age of "wearable tech", with a gadget available to cater to your every need. Wearable technology is hardly a new phenomenon. Conrad von Soest depicted an apostle in reading glasses in...
  • Startup of the Week: DuoFertility
    DuoFertility is a medical device and software combination created by Cambridge Temperature Concepts. DuoFertility uses a patch sensor worn under the arm to measure a woman's body temperature automatically up to 20,000 times per day. Ovulation is accompanied by a small increase in body temperature, which the sensor picks up on. The system combines this information with data relating to menstruation dates in order to identify when you are most...
  • DuoFertility in Fertility Magazine
  • KTVU San Francisco's science and medical reporter John Fowler investigates DuoFertility, a new medical device and service that helps couples who are having difficulty starting a family.
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  • DuoFertility was featured on the BBC Two series Britain's Next Big Thing.  TV star of Dragon's Den and business entrepreneur Theo Paphitis watched as BBC TV cameras followed DuoFertility scientists Dr. Shamus Husheer and Dr. Oriane Chausiaux in getting DuoFertility stocked by the Boots pharmacy chain.