There’s a new UK method for getting an injection of an ovary cyst.
Dr Andrew Koonin, the founder of the OVA Treatment Centre in London, said his company is “focusing on getting people with a severe cyst to be able to have a hysterectomy and receive an injection”.
Dr Koonins said the centre will have its own IVF clinic and would be providing the ovaries of up to four women.
He said the UK is one of a handful of countries that has approved the OVAs treatment, and the UK Government is looking at approving the use of the treatment in the next few months.
“If it gets approval from the UK government, we’ll be able provide an ovaries-only service, with the ovary implants we can offer in a sterile environment, but we won’t have to do any surgery at all,” Dr Kooninn said.
“There are a number of things we can do that will give us more options to make it a safer and better option, and I think that’s why we’ve been so focused on getting the ovarian cysts approved.”
Dr Koons’ clinic has been operating for five years, and it has about 400 patients.
“We have a couple of cases every week, but overall we have had about 300 patients, and that’s an increase of two per cent over the last two years,” he said.
Dr Konsonins centre is not the only UK facility offering the ovarectomy treatment.
In June, the government said it was studying the possibility of opening its own clinic in the United Kingdom to help treat people with ovarian cysts.
Dr Kronin said the OVC injection could become a “huge opportunity” for people in the U.K. and elsewhere.
“We will be able treat patients in a very safe environment, with a lot of good people involved,” he told ABC Radio.
A similar service was being run in China, where Dr Kronins centre was founded in 2009.
Dr Todt said that if the U, S and Canada approve the ovarioctomy, there are “a lot of opportunities” for the U-K.
The U.S. has seen a rise in cases in the last few years.
There have been more than 2,000 ovarioectomies performed in the US since the beginning of the year, according to the American Society of Reproductive Medicine, with nearly all of the cases being cysts and not ovarian cyst surgery.
Last year, there were more than 500 ovarioectomy procedures performed in Washington state, more than in any other state.