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Reproductive Medicine Associates of Texas Announces Open House in San Antonio
Date:2/26/2008

February 27th Event Celebrates the Newest RMA Network to Open and its

Initial Success

SAN ANTONIO, Feb. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Reproductive Medicine Associates of Texas (RMA-TX) announced their February 27th open house of its new Practice that began operations late last year. The state of the art San Antonio facility located at 19296 Stone Oak Parkway, provides infertility treatment, ranging from basic consultations and fertility evaluations and treatments to advanced reproductive surgical procedures, high-tech IVF for in vitro fertilization (IVF), Egg Donation and preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) procedures.

RMA-TX is the fifth and newest practice of the RMA Network of IVF Centers well-known throughout the United States. The network is internationally recognized for achieving high success rates for infertility treatment. The laboratory designed by Reproductive Medicine Associates of New York's Partners under the direction of Drs. Alan B Copperman, Benjamin Sandler, Lawrence Grunfeld and Tanmoy Mukherjee have demonstrated superior pregnancy outcomes in the New York Market. Richard T. Scott, Jr., M.D., FACOG, HCLD, Co-Founder of Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey will oversee the IVF laboratory and all laboratory procedures and protocols.

"I am very excited to be back in San Antonio where I began my medical residency," said Dr. Francisco Arredondo, founder and Medical Director of Reproductive Medicine Associates of Texas. "As the newest of the RMA Network of IVF Practices, we bring the best in IVF care available to those seeking infertility treatment in the San Antonio and surrounding markets."

"We are delighted by the acceptance by patients and referring physicians to our opening," said Vicki Gindlesperger, the RMA-TX Senior Embryologist and Laboratory Supervisor. "Already we have seen superior outcomes for our patients, which proves once again about how we build and run our IVF laborat
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