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Scientists Have Managed to Make a Baby Without an Egg

Article from eumon.ei describing fascinating news. Here is the full article: We’re always keeping an ear to the ground for advancements in fertility treatments, and when we heard about this...read more

After IVF, Some Struggle With What to Do with Leftover Embryos

Juli Fraga eloquently delivers a strong and powerful piece for npr.org. Here is the full article: When Scott Gatz and his husband decided to become fathers several years ago, pursuing...read more

Ivanka Trump Posted About Fertility!?!

Ivankatrump.com posted some fertility advice on her website. The post is called "Fertility and Infertility: What You Need to Know," by Dr. Nancy Simpkins. Here is the rest of the...read more

How Much Sperm is Needed to Fertilize an Egg?

Meg Kehoe tries to attack the topic in her article for Romper called "How Much Sperm is Needed To Fertilize an Egg? Fewer than You Might Think." Here is the...read more

Does IVF Increase Breast Cancer Risk?

Thenewsindependent.com submitted an article regarding a recent study in the Journal of the American Medical Association. The article is titled "IVF Treatment Does Not Increase Breast Cancer Risk:Study." Here is...read more

Cancer Patient 'Overjoyed' after Success of Frozen Ovary Treatment

Britdget Morris, a journalist for thenational.scot writes about a cancer patient who has become the first UK person to give birth after having frozen tissue from her ovaries reimplanted. Here...read more

5 Things 'Real Housewife' Meghan King Edmond's Taught Us on Her IVF Journey

Erin Jensen from USA Today covers things that we have learned from Meghan King Edmonds, a star of The Real Housewives of Orange County, and her IVF experience. Here is...read more

4 Good Ways Infertility Changes You

Aela Mass has shared her journey on babble, and here is one story: But infertility doesn’t just change you for the worse. Yes, it’s a rough road, but if you...read more

New method may preserve fertility during cancer treatment

Researchers are seeking new ways to help preserve fertility in female cancer patients that undergo treatments like radiation and chemotherapy. They believe they have found a solution. Read more in...read more

How To Improve Your Guy's Fertility

As you know, a Male has 50% of the responsibility when it comes to producing an embryo. This topic reviews over some easy tips to help improve your Man's Fertility....read more

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