Dr Diana Obidniak

by Sam everingham

Posted on 2018-09-18 at 02:20:57

Diana is Head of international cooperation at Ava Fertility Clinic in St Petersburg, Russia. She is a member of ASRM and ESHRE. She has an academic post with the Medical Faculty, St Petersburg State University. She has a large surrogacy practice. Her research into patients with recurrent implantation failure has been published in August 2018 in the European Medical Journal.  The AVA-PETER Clinic is the oldest private fertility clinic in Russia and has offered its experience and expertise in fertility treatments both to residents as to foreign patients since 1996. Their medical specialists and tutors are trained to care for patients in English, French, Spanish and Chinese thus breaking the language barrier.

One-on-one consultations are available by emailing [email protected]



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