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SEE the Video Web Cast with Geoff Sher, MD: New Breakthrough in IVF. Study Doubles IVF Success
A process that could markedly improve pregnancy rates from In Vitro-Fertilization (IVF) was reported in a study published in the prestigious medical journal Fertility and Sterility (F&S).
Fertility Rescue Program
When a young woman is diagnosed with cancer, the rush to treatment is immediate. The patient is thrust into the world of cancer and the primary hope is recovery. Sometimes the patient is aware their fertility could be impacted, but overwhelmed and exhausted they put the "fertility issue" aside and pursue cancer treatment. This program is offered to patients FREE of charge. Read More
Egg Freezing 2010 A Practical Update on the State of the Art by Carlene Elsner, M.D.
Interst in freezing and storing gametes (sperm and eggs) for later use is nothing new. By the 1960ís the technology to freeze sperm was reliable enough. So what about freezing eggs?
The From INCIID the Heart Fund
This program is the first and only national scholarship for those with medical and financial need for IVF treatment. It's a way to help those without insurance cover their IVF.
Webinar - Fertility Enhancement with Complementary Medicine with Randine Lewis, Ph.D.
A new way of thinking about fertility and in particular infertility.
TURNING BACK THE REPRODUCTIVE CLOCK: New Science, Old Wisdom By Randine Lewis MSOM, L.Ac., Ph.D.
Regarding the human egg: How old is too old? Perhaps we are asking the wrong question. Remember the psychological argument about nature vs. nurture? Letís rephrase the topic altogether. How can we help women in their mature reproductive years produce healthy children? I propose that the answer is found in the nature vs. nurture discussion. Nurturing the follicle in the 120 days before ovulation will produce a healthy egg, free of transmutation, free of the need for medical intervention.
Ovarian Cryopreservation by Michael Opsahl, MD
There are a number of medical treatments (including chemotherapy) and other cancer treatments that can destroy the ability to procreate. Read about ovarian cryopreservation - a hope for the future