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cancer | IVF

By: Joshua M. Hurwitz, MD
January 17th, 2020

It’s official: there is no increased risk of ovarian cancer for women who have gone through in-vitro fertilization! Our own Dr. Joshua Hurwitz gives his thoughts on the topic. More studies need to be done on those with endometriosis, but this is a reassuring finding making doctors and women breathe a sigh of relief.

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IVF | celebrity

By: Monica Moore
January 10th, 2020

As celebrities and influencers voice their struggles with infertility, whether it's IVF, egg freezing, miscarriage, or another experience, our community hears them. In this blog, a fertility nurse offers her most thoughtful words of encouragement and advice.

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News | In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) | IVF

By: Lisa Rosenthal
January 6th, 2020

New York State passed a law that mandates fertility coverage starting January 1, 2020. But what exactly does it cover? Who does it cover? And what are the limits to coverage? All these questions and more, answered in this article!

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Fertility Treatment | featured | Featured Story | IVF

By: Kirsten Hennigan
November 1st, 2019

What’s the IVF process like? Here’s what you can expect from the treatment, from medications and injections, to the egg retrieval and embryo transfer, straight from an experienced Fertility Nurse.

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featured | Featured Story | genetic testing | IVF | SickleCell

By: Jamie Speer
September 25th, 2019

Today, couples who carry the sickle cell trait can pursue different options and avoid passing the disease to their children. For them, they can try IVF combined with a technique called preimplantation genetic testing.

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featured | Featured Story | IVF

By: Virginia Hamilton Furnari
August 21st, 2019

Has your hope taken a hit after failed IVF? A recent study found that 17% of women who had a failed IVF cycle found themselves pregnant naturally within five years.