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The Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Columbia University Irving Medical Center held their annual holiday party on December 12, 2018 at the Faculty Club.
The first time Tonya Dickey had a miscarriage, she and her husband chalked it up to bad luck.
The Department of Ob/Gyn at Columbia University Irving Medical Center convened a panel of experts to discuss the role of race in women’s health, including racial disparities in obstetric outcomes.
While the decision and process to have a baby for a heterosexual couple may be relatively straightforward, for same sex couples, the path to parenthood is quite different.
Jason D. Wright, MD recently co-authored a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine examining the safety of minimally invasive surgery for cervical cancer.
A revolutionary treatment option for iVF, developed by the team at Columbia Fertility could give hope to many who have not found success with traditional IVF – at a fraction of the cost.
Columbia University Fertility Center has developed and launched a first-of-its kind technology that provides additional protection for tanks storing embryos and eggs.
About 3 million women in the U.S. have one biological child but struggle to conceive or carry to term another pregnancy ― a condition known as secondary infertility.
On Friday, Michelle Obama, =revealed that she suffered a miscarriage before giving birth daughters Malia and Sasha — both of who were conceived via IVF.
Free from the constraints she might have felt while living in the White House, Michelle Obama is getting personal, opening herself up to the world in bold ways in her memoir, "Becoming," out Tuesday.