2002 IVF-kliniken Umeå vid Norrlands universitetssjukhus med donationsprogram was acquired
2003 IVF-kliniken Cura Malmö became part of the company
2008 The well-renowned clinics Fertilitetscentrum Göteborg and its sister clinic in Stockholm were acquired
2008 IVF-kliniken Falun with a well-functioning organization for distance treatments joined
2008 IVF Research Sweden was launched
2011 IVF-kliniken Stockholm AB changed its name to IVF Sverige AB
2012 IVF Sverige acquired IVF-kliniken Öresund in Malmö and became IVF-kliniken CuraÖresund
2014 IVF Sverige made its first international aquisition and IVF-klinikken Oslo became part of the organization.
2016 IVF Sverige established IVF-klíníkin Reykjavík on Iceland. The clinic opened in collaboration with prominent names within reproductive medicine and who had earlier worked at Art Medica-kliniken in Reykjavik.
2017 IVF Sverige became partners with IVF-mottagningen at Sophiahemmet.
2018 IVF Sverige, Fertilitetscentrum Göteborg och Stockholm och IVF-kliniken i Falun, Malmö, Umeå, Stockholm, Oslo och Reykjavik all changed their names to Livio AB, Livio Fertilitetscentrum, Livio IVF-klinikken Oslo and Livio Reykjavik and Barnmorskemottagningen Livio Malmö.
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