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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.
The decision to have a baby is one that can come with an incredible amount of uncertainty. Trying to conceive during a global pandemic probably means you have even more questions than ever before.
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: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.
Source:PopSugarJanuary 7, 2019
If you're thinking about getting pregnant and are already worried about everything you need to know and prepare for, just remember to relax and breathe.
Source:GlamourDecember 13, 2018
Female-led start-ups are making fertility testing easier than ever. Can the trendy new packaging help women predict their future fertility, or does all that data fuel more baby-making fears?
- December 1, 2018
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.
- November 15, 2018
Columbia University Fertility Center has developed and launched a first-of-its kind technology that provides additional protection for tanks storing embryos and eggs.
Source:Huffington PostNovember 14, 2018
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.
Source:Prevention MagazineNovember 9, 2018
On Friday, Michelle Obama revealed that she suffered a miscarriage before giving birth daughters Malia and Sasha — both of who were conceived via IVF.
Source:CNNNovember 9, 2018
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.