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Infertility Meets Social Media in a Virtual Video Contest to Win a Donated IVF Cycle
Date:11/9/2013

eir lives for the better.

“Are we aware that this may be perceived as a publicity stunt?” said Geoffrey Sher, MD, founder and Executive Medical Director for the Sher Institute. “Of course we are, and we considered the ramifications of this carefully for several years before deciding to offer our first free donations in 2010.”

Dr. Sher shares his feelings about the contest on his blog - http://haveababy.com/fertility-information/ivf-authority/2013-believe-video-journal-project/.

And then there are the happy endings for winners. Emily and Jimmy Heaton and Jennifer and Chris Popp.

The Heatons entered and won with this video "I Believe" Emily & Jim Heaton – and are now expecting their first child after they recently learned their surrogate is pregnant after they cycled with Dr. Geoffrey Sher in Las Vegas.

Chris and Jennifer Popp won the “I Believe” contest last December with this video - "I Believe" Jennifer & Chris Popp. Thanks to Dr. Sher, they are now getting ready for baby Popp due in January.

The deadline for contest entries is 11:59 PM Pacific Time on November 13, 2013 and voting will begin on November 15 on the Sher Institute website (http://www.haveababy.com). Winners will be announced on December 20.

About Sher Fertility Institute

The Sher Fertility Institute is a national network of fertility clinics specializing in cutting-edge technology, personalized infertility treatment and compassionate care. Through their “Giving Back” program, they have donated hundreds of free fertility treatments to deserving couples and have helped many women freeze their eggs prior to cancer treatment. There are eight Sher Fertility Institute locations
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