In a few weeks the holiday cards will begin arriving. First a trickle--one or two a day –and then something of a family pictures tsunami. Working with infertile individuals and couples, I know how painful this can be. Many get to a point where they cannot even open these greetings of the season. Too many ...
November 5, 2016 at 9:40 AM, Marlborough, MA (Best Western)
The largest study to date shows little evidence of an increased risk in breast cancer among women who have undergone fertility treatments.
By guest contributor Ellen Glazer
There was a piece on today’s Morning Edition (NPR) that began something like this, “Here’s a story of the lengths one couple went to have a baby.” As someone who counsels people struggling to build their families, my ears perked up, curious as to what would follow.
The very short version, of what ...
We believe that egg donors should be compensated well for their time and effort.
Class action Lawsuit settled
In pursuit of cheaper medical costs and lower paid surrogates, foreign patients in the midst of the process wonder what will happen to their embryos and pregnant surrogates now that new restrictions are in place.
Dr. Avner Hershlag also takes issue with Dr. Andreas G. Tzakis’s remarks on surrogacy