A blog by Neway Fertility, January 13, 2015
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At Neway Fertility, we are committed to providing the most innovative and personal care possible to help our patients achieve their goals. Our Mission is to provide top-quality medicine that is centered on compassion and individualized attention. We treat each patient as an individual, with particular needs and circumstances. We are here to listen to all concerns, answer all questions, and, most importantly, take the time to help each person understand their options. Neway’s Dr. Luk And Dr. Nejat understand the need to live a healthier, toxin-free life. Through the use of proven clinical approaches with the latest laboratory technologies, we strive to limit the amount of foreign substances in our treatments and provide Natural IVF and mini-stimulation services to many of our patients. We are proud to currently have the highest success rates in NYC and be one of the few centers in the country that offer a cutting edge new treatment called In Vitro Maturation which requires little to no fertility drugs but demands unusual physician and laboratory skill.
A blog by Neway Fertility, January 6, 2015
After trying unsuccessfully to have a child, many couples are taken aback when they first seek medical treatment at fertility clinics. A veritable barrage of tests awaits, with unfamiliar terminology in the results. Breaking through the jargon and learning the science beneath can be helpful to understanding male fertility.
A blog by Neway Fertility, December 30, 2014
A blog by Neway Fertility, December 23, 2014
Scientists from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory may have discovered an important event in sperm development vital for male fertility. Infertility affects about 3 million men in the United States. Many of these men seek help from a fertility clinic, but the success of any in vitro fertilization, or IVF, procedure and successful delivery depends on a healthy sperm and egg; healthy DNA is especially important to a healthy sperm and baby. Researchers may now be closer to understanding how a special protein may control how DNA information is packaged inside sperm.
A blog by Neway Fertility, December 16, 2014