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Fertility and Sterility On Air – TOC: June 2022

Take a sneak peak at this month's Fertility and Sterility! Topics this month include effect of follicle size on embryology outcomes (2:30); RCT using time-lapse for embryo selection (13:30); obstetric and neonatal risk of ART outside of infertility diagnosis (22:17); embryo culture systems and obstetrical outcomes (26:11); metabolites and risk of post-surgical pelvic pain in adolescents with endometriosis (35:24); decision regret in older IVF patients (40:18).

Fertility and Sterility On Air – TOC: May 2022

Take a sneak peak at this month's Fertility and Sterility! Topics this month include risk of ovarian cancer after BSO in women with endometriosis (1:14); infertility care during public health crises (11:53); effectiveness and safety of IUI (21:54); COVID-19 immunity on FET outcomes (33:18); effect of unilateral oopherectomy on IVF outcomes (39:30); genetic abnormalities in couples with recurrent pregnancy loss (45:13); steroid biosynthesis in poor responders (51:15); and route of myomectomy and fertility outcomes (58:32).

View the May 2022 issue of Fertility and Sterility, Volume 117, No. 5 at https://www.fertstert.org/issue/S0015-0282(21)X0019-2 

ASRM Supports AB 2029

ASRM is proud to announce that our President, Dr. Marcelle Cedars, spoke in front of the Assembly House Committee in California Tuesday morning and later at a press conference in support of AB 2029.

April 24 - 30 is National Infertility Awareness Week!

National Infertility Awareness Week® is a movement founded in 1989 by RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association. Its mission is to empower patients and change the conversation around infertility. All too often, myths and misinformation appear in media stories or influence lawmakers and companies to enforce policies that create barriers for people who need help building their family.

ASRM Military Families, Infertility, & National Security: Why expanding service members’ access to infertility treatment is easy, affordable, and the right thing to do.

Supporting military families is central to keeping our military strong – but for an increasing number of service members, infertility is upending the dream of family-building before it can even begin. Moreover, TRICARE (the military’s health care program) does not even cover infertility treatment for most service members. As a result, many members of the military who struggle with infertility are forced to choose between forgoing parenthood or paying exorbitant out-of-pocket rates for infertility treatments that are financially out of reach for most. These gaps in support for family-building do more than just a disservice to our people in uniform – they undermine the military’s efforts at retention and diversity.

SART Fertility Experts - Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

Candace discusses her experience with infertility, IVF, multiple pregnancy losses and ultimately a successful delivery with Dr. Julia Woodward, a reproductive psychologist. Hear their strategies for coping with the grief, anger and anxiety that many patients endure.

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