ICPRM (Immunotherapy Centre for Prevention of Repeated Miscarriage) is the first dedicated centre in India treating couples with Repeated Miscarriages, Recurrent IVF failures and Unexplained Infertility using Immunotherapy. It is the only centre in India, cleared by DCGI to provide this treatment.
ICPRM was launched on 8th December 2013, at a launch programme in Hotel Taj Land’s End in Mumbai. Dr. O. B. Christansen from Denmark, a veteran in the field of Immunotherapy was the key-note speaker. Dr. Suchitra Pandit, President, FOGSI, was the chief guest.
ICPRM provides a complete diagnostic setup to detect allo-immune factor in “Unexplained” repeated miscarriages and recurrent IVF failures. Metropolis Lab is the partner in diagnostics. ICPRM has made arrangements so that investigations can be done across India, without the couple coming to the Mumbai Centre.
ICPRM provides comprehensive treatment for these couples. The treatment involves, apart from routine management, Immunotherapy (Lymphocytes Immunization Therapy - LIT) along with other immunomodulatory treatments. Couples from across India and also from abroad visit ICPRM for Immunotherapy treatment.
ICPRM has always remained in the forefront to create awareness about immunotherapy among the masses and in medical fraternity. It conducts awareness camps, talks and seminars for this purpose. Dr Raut’s Immunotherapy Foundation, a registered charitable trust, plays an important role to help ICPRM in these efforts.
ICPRM has keen interest in research in the field of Immunotherapy for Repeated Miscarriages and Recurrent IVF Failures. It has been conducting research projects in this field and has presented the research papers in various International and National Conferences. The research work has been published in various International and national journals.
ICPRM is keenly involved in helping these couples with fertility issues and has a vision of creating multiple centres to reach more and more affected patients to help them fulfil their dream of having their own baby.
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