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MiniSites Just One of Many Accomplishments in April

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May 4, 2010 -- So much happened in April here at FertilityAuthority – we barely know where to start! Besides reporting strong traffic numbers, participating in National Infertility Awareness Week and launching another new web site for a leading east coast fertility center, FertilityAuthority achieved several amazing goals.

We built our first mini-site. In an effort to offer patients highly targeted fertility education relevant to their geographic location, FertilityAuthority is creating 10 new, local mini-sites. Visit to see the first of these "sitelets" and get a feel for why localized content is good for both patients and advertisers. Boston and Miami sites will be coming soon, so stay tuned and check back for a local site in your community or make a nomination to

We’re excited to announce the addition of two new blogs. Infertility Pop is written by Infertile Naomi of "999 Reasons to Laugh at Infertility." Tune in here for the latest fertility celebrity news and pop culture. Also, check out Dr. Eric Levens of Shady Grove Fertility and his blog The Fertile Future. He addresses many of the common questions and concerns that couples and individuals express when considering whether to pursue fertility treatment.

The FertilityAuthority Medical Library is now open. Browse the shelves here to see in depth research on fertility issues published by doctors across the country. And, if you’re a reproductive endocrinologist and would like to submit your educational research and papers to our medical library, email today.

Additionally, FertilityAuthority initiated a Nurse of the Month feature. In honor of the hard working nurses who hold our hands throughout our treatment experiences, the segment will feature a dedicated infertility clinic nurse each month – nominate yours now! Visit the site,, to read about our first honoree and see how you can nominate your favorite clinic nurse.

Thank you all for your continued support, and we look forward to sharing more news with you soon. If you have any questions, please contact Kerry Walker, Vice President, Business Operations,

Kerry Amen Walker
Vice President, Business Operations