Latest Fertility preservation Stories
Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility specialists at the Reproductive Science Center of New England, Isaac Glatstein, MD and Samuel Pauli, MD, have been awarded the Patients' Choice Award
Preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) for the breast cancer genes BRCA1/2 is now feasible and established, with good success rates for those treated.
A groundbreaking study of nearly 250,000 U.S. women reveals live birth rates approaching natural fertility can be achieved using assisted reproductive technology, where eggs are removed from a woman’s ovaries, combined with sperm and then returned to the woman’s body.
There are significant gaps in the information women receive about their future fertility following cancer diagnosis.
It’s a known fact that males and females suffer inequalities. First, it was in school. Then, it was in the workplace. Even though times are changing and women are gaining more power, they still have the short end of the stick when it comes to cancer treatment and fertility.
Experts from Durham University have identified a new gene that could help the development of fertility treatments in humans in the future.
Researchers and doctors at the North Shore-LIJ Health System and the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research have discovered that blood can help determine the best treatment plan for patients with ovarian cancer.
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