Posts in March, 2018

Fertility Assessment Program at ACRM

Women are born with millions of eggs (5-7 million); however, the number of eggs decreases progressively from birth (1-2 million) to puberty (500,000) and then menopause (1,000). The eggs age at different rates among women regardless of ...

Freeze Frame

A win in the fight against cancer, oncofertility services via Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine help preserve fertility - and thus families. Here, ACRM's Dr. Lisa Hasty explains - in her own words. Click here to read the full ...

What is Comprehensive Chromosome Screening (CCS) & How Does it Increase IVF Success?

Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine (ACRM), a Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine (CCRM) Network Clinic, has access to a wide range of genetic screening services, which include preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) and ...

3 Result(s) Page 1 of 1