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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.
A new testing method that costs less than $200 could tell patients within hours if a genetic abnormality caused their pregnancy loss.
Source:WNDU 16 News Now
The joy of pregnancy can quickly turn to fear when multiple miscarriages occur, especially when those miscarriages have no explanation.
Source:New York Daily News
Fertility rates in the U.S. have dropped by more than half over recent decades, and are not enough to replace a generation.
Source:NBC NewsMarch 4, 2019
The news of two tank failures in 2018 horrified thousands of women and fertility doctors around the country. What — if anything — has changed since then?
Source:Inc.February 28, 2019
Kindbody aims to reinvent the messaging and experience of going into a fertility clinic.
- February 21, 2019
Zev Williams, MD, PhD recently co-authored a study published in the Journal of Fertility and Sterility examining the effects of insulin on placenta cells from first-trimester pregnancies.
Source:InsiderJanuary 29, 2019
A new study found that high levels of the hormone insulin are toxic to human placenta cells, and the discovery may lead scientists to a better understanding of miscarriages and infertility.
Source:Cosmos MagazineJanuary 29, 2019
While investigating possible causes of unexplained pregnancy loss, US researchers have discovered that insulin is toxic to first trimester placental cells.
Source:Refinery29January 28, 2019
Kate Durkin froze her eggs for the same reasons so many women freeze their eggs: she found herself single and about to turn 35.
Source:New York PostJanuary 23, 2019
When Mariela finally got pregnant in August 2017 after trying for three years, she knew exactly what she was going to name her little boy. “Aramis, from ‘The Three Musketeers.’ ”
Source:Popular ScienceJanuary 10, 2019
Zev Williams has heard all of the reasons couples might blame themselves for the devastating loss of a pregnancy: stress at work, a ski trip, lifting something heavy.