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Fertility and Sterility On Air - Live from ASRM 2022: Part 1 - The Science

Fertility & Sterility brings you some great interviews from ASRM 2022 in Anaheim, CA! In Part 1, we discuss science with leaders in the field and prefesenters from the conference. Topics this month include career-focused women and family planning (Jen Bakkenson) (3:20), live imaging of embryo development (Nicholas Plachta) (8:02), predicting outcomes using AMH in fertilty preservation (Cassandra Roeca) (19:15), IVF stimulation outcomes by race and ethnicity (Iris Lee) (21:09), a chat with Dr. Beth Rakowsky (30:53), assessing expansion of fertility preservation coverage (Allison Komorowski) (35:47), a discussion on uterine NK cells in reproduction (Jessica Kanter) (39:56), the potential of mitochondrial enhacement (Richard Scott) (44:15), updates in recurrent implantation failure (Paul Pirtea, Dominique De Ziegler) (49:43) and a discussion about male infertility (Luis Hoyos, Thomas Masterson) (1:00:18).

ASRM Applauds Kansas Election Results

The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) today applauds the voters of Kansas and celebrates the resounding win for reproductive rights upon the rejection of a constitutional amendment which would have removed the right to reproductive freedom from the state’s constitution.

Fertility and Sterility On Air– TOC: July 2022

Take a sneak peak at this month's Fertility & Sterility! Topics this month include a cost-effectiveness analysis of PGT-M vs prenatal diagnosis for Huntington disease (3:20), a machine learning model for predicting the optimal day of trigger (13:00), a systematic review and meta-analysis of Vitamin D and miscarriage (26:13), AMH and leukocyte aging markers (32:20), 15 years of autologous oocyte thaw outcomes from one academic fertility center (43:20) and look at the relation between smoking and infertility (50:56).

Fertility and Sterility On Air – Unplugged: January 2022

In Fertility & Sterility: Unplugged, we take a look at an article from each of F&S's sister journals! Topics this month include blastocyst development with in vitro spermatids from embryonic stem cells (2:07), SARS-CoV2 spike protein seropositivity and impact on fertility (11:25) and GnRH agonist vs hCG for ovulation triggering during COS (20:19).

ASRM Working to Ensure Patients, Not Politicians, Are in Charge of Their Reproductive Health

On September 1, after a refusal by the United States Supreme Court to intervene, the Texas "Heartbeat Bill"—an effective statewide ban of abortion—went into effect. The law, which endangers the health and well-being of countless people by banning abortions at just six weeks and deputizing private citizens to enforce the ban, has been met with international outcry and faces ongoing Constitutional scrutiny.

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