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Everything You Need to Know About COVID-19

During these unprecedented times Ferring Pharmaceuticals remains committed to supporting the ASRM community. The RMMH COVID-19 Resource Portal provides a single site with up to date resources concerning COVID 19 and its impact in Reproductive Medicine and Maternal Health. Global in scope, the resource center is designed to provide access to the latest guidelines and insights on a single platform including; patient support; webinars and podcasts; medical publications and links to additional organization guidance and updates.

More than 77 Thousand Babies Born from ART

The Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology, the United States’ primary organization of professionals dedicated to the practice of assisted reproductive technologies (ART) is releasing its latest national and clinic-specific ART data, today. The preliminary national data set for 2019 shows 77,256 babies born resulting from 302,998 cycles performed during that year, an increase from the previous year’s number of 74,590 babies born from 279,288 cycles. 361 SART member clinics contributed to the report.

ASRM Names New Director of Fundraising and Development

ASRM has named a new Director of Fundraising and Development, Brynne MacCann. Brynne will support all our current donors’ needs while also raising additional funding to support the important work and mission of ASRM. Brynne is committed to delivering an exceptional experience to YOU, our donors. She will work with you to make sure your vision and goals are met through your support and contributions to ASRM.

ASRM COVID-19 Task Force Issues Update No. 14

In the current update, the ASRM Coronavirus/COVID-19 Task Force (the “Task Force”) continues to support both vaccination with currently available vaccines for all individuals, including women who are either pregnant or contemplating conception (see Update #11), and continued strict adherence to its earlier recommended mitigation strategies for disease prevention, including use of social distancing, and rigorous attention to hand washing, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), especially masking, and quarantines when appropriate (see Update #3). In addition, the Task Force is issuing this update to assist reproductive care specialists in counseling their patients and their communities regarding vaccination, including vaccination in pregnancy, and to provide considerations for relaxing restrictions.

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