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April is Infertility Awareness Month

April 23, 2013

Advanced Fertility Center of Texas is conducting two fertility talks to help raise awareness about infertility.

Houston, TX (PRWEB) April 23, 2013

In honor of April as Infertility Awareness Month, Advanced Fertility of Texas is holding two fertility talks on Tuesday, April 23 and Saturday, April 27. They would like to invite anyone interested to join them for a free seminar discussing important key factors that affect fertility and the latest resources that are out there for couples.

AFCT is thrilled that there are support groups and IVF doctors in Houston, TX like Dr. Michael Allon and Dr. Stephan Krotz from Advanced Fertility Center of Texas who are raising awareness about infertility. Through education and support, they believe that infertility can be diagnosed and treated promptly before it´s too late.

The seminar on April 23 is at 6:30 p.m. and will discuss the question: “What Can I do to Improve My Fertility?” It will be hosted by Dr. Michael Allon. The seminar on April 27 is at 1:00 p.m. and will discuss the question: “What’s New in Infertility?” It will be hosted by Dr. Stephan Krotz. Both seminars will be held at the AFCT Memorial City location at 10901 Katy Freeway, Houston, TX 77079.

In addition to the free seminars at the Memorial City Location, they are offering a 10 percent gift card toward IVF treatments or a $225 certificate for any out of pocket fees. Register online at http://www.givinghopeprogram.org or call (713)467-4488, ext. 76 for more details.

About the company:

The Advanced Fertility Center of Texas has several fertility treatment centers located throughout Houston metropolitan area. They offer the most comprehensive, cutting-edge fertility services available. They assist both couples and individuals in experiencing the joy of parenthood, by providing the entire range of fertility services on-site, including artificial insemination, injectible gonadotropins, in vitro fertilization, egg donor program, fertility preservation and surrogacy. For more information, please visit their website at http://www.infertilityanswers.com.

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