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What is Oocyte Cryopreservation or Egg Freezing?

Fertility doctor Danielle Vitiello of Fertility Center of New England defines and explains oocyte cryopreservation or egg freezing.

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What is the Difference Between a Day 3 and Day 5 Transfer?

Fertility doctor Danielle Vitiello of Fertility Clinic of New England, explains the difference between a Day 3 and Day 5 transfer.

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What is Preimplantation Genetic Screening and Array CGH?

Fertility doctor Alan Penzias, M.D. of Boston IVF discusses preimplantation genetic screening and array CGH.

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What Are the Latest Advances in IVF?

Fertility doctor Alan Penzias, M.D. of Boston IVF discusses the latest advances in IVF. Through advances in technology, we a now have the ability to very accurately measure response to hormone treatment with a saliva test, which makes treatment more accessible, minimally invasive and reduces the fear of fertility therapy.

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Who Should Have Pre-Conception Screening?

Fertility doctor R. Ian Hardy, M.D. of Fertility Center of New England discusses pre-conception screening.

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What is the Embryoscope?

Fertility doctor R. Ian Hardy, M.D. of Fertility Center of New England, defines and explains the embryoscope and its role in IVF.

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How Can I Reduce Stress During Fertility Treatments?

Alice D. Domar Ph.D. of Domar Center for Mind/Body Health discusses how to reduce stress during fertility treatments.

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Embryo Donation As A Family Building Option

May 9, 2013

Boston IVF has received a two-year, one-million dollar grant from the Department of Health and Human Services to increase patient awareness of embryo donation. There are currently more than 600,000 embryos frozen in the U.S., a result of IVF cycles where excess embryos are created. Options for patients who have excess embryos and have completed their family building are: donate the embryos to research, discard them, continue to freeze them, or donate the embryos to another individual or couple. The study will research patient attitudes and awareness on embryo donation and develop a program that will influence other fertility practices to support embryo donation.

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