Shady Grove Fertility (SGF) physician, Howard McClamrock, M.D., to be honored at 2021 Cade Foundation Family Building Gala

SGF is proud to be a Platinum Sponsor at the Cade Foundation’s Family Building Gala on November 13, 2021, where Dr. McClamrock will be honored for his contributions to the field of reproductive medicine.

(PRWeb November 11, 2021)

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Shady Grove Fertility (SGF) to host donor egg treatment webinar for patients from the United Kingdom

On November 15, 2021, SGF’s co-founder and Director of IVF, Michael Levy, M.D., along with SGF team members will host a free informational webinar for UK patients seeking treatment through one of the largest donor egg programs in the United States.

(PRWeb November 11, 2021)

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Couple sues fertility clinic for mixing up embryos

A couple sued a California fertility clinic for switching their embryo with another couple’s during in vitro fertilization treatment, resulting in each couple giving birth to and raising the other’s baby for months before discovering the mistake

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How did we get fertility so wrong? | Am I Normal? with Mona Chalabi

When it comes to making a baby, we know it takes two to tango. So why do the pressures of fertility often fall on only one half of the equation? In this video, data journalist Mona Chalabi examines some of the big misconceptions around fertility, shares significant blind spots in the data, and reveals why we need more research on sperm.

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Shady Grove Fertility (SGF) Celebrates 30 Years and 100,000 Babies Born with ‘Moments Made Possible’ Campaign

When SGF first opened its doors in 1991, one SGF baby was born approximately every 20 days. Today, 14 SGF babies are born every day, a testament to their commitment to delivering evidence-based, innovative clinical care.

(PRWeb September 07, 2021)

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Doctor: ‘There Is No Evidence Covid Vaccine Affects Fertility’

Dr. Tara Shirazian, an associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology at NYU Langone Health, joins TODAY to talk about the troubling surge in COVID-19 hospitalizations among pregnant women. “In general, pregnant women are a more vulnerable population of patients,” she says. “Having a COVID vaccine really arms and protects them against severe disease.” She adds that there is no evidence that the vaccine affects fertility or increases risk of adverse events during pregnancy.

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