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National Infertility Organization Honors RMA of New York for Community Support

... Long Island. RMA of New York is a full-service fertility center that consistently achieves high live birth rates, while maintaining low rates of triplet and higher birth outcomes. Highly individualized patient care is offered through seven reproductive endocrinologists, a urologist, a complementary ...

More Assisted Reproduction, But Fewer Multiple Births

... from 15.4 percent in 2000 to 13.7 percent in 2002. The percentage of twin pregnancies decreased from 26.5 percent to 25.7 percent, and the rate of triplet pregnancies decreased from 2.9 percent to 2.5 percent. A 47 percent increase in the proportion of frozen embryo transfer cycles was notable ...

Mayo Clinic Researchers Say Triple Drug Combination is Promising Option to Treat Metastatic HER2+ Breast Cancer

... combination, so we would need to study this treatment against the standard best two-drug treatment in a randomized Phase III study to know if this triplet is more effective." "This regimen seems to be a very reasonable choice, and it offers the added advantage that women who use it do not lose ...

Triple drug combination is promising option to treat metastatic HER2+ breast cancer

... combination, so we would need to study this treatment against the standard best two-drug treatment in a randomized Phase III study to know if this triplet is more effective." "This regimen seems to be a very reasonable choice, and it offers the added advantage that women who use it do not lose their ...

New DNA Test Is Basis for Groundbreaking IVF Refund Plan, Easing Financial Burden for Patients

... explained Dr. Geoffrey Sher, Executive Medical Director of the Sher Institutes. "This is why, using CGH, our success rates are high, while our triplet rates are almost nil." In peer-reviewed and published clinical data from several studies, SIRM has established that the transfer of even one ...

Give Kids the Gift of Fun and Fitness This Holiday Season

... a great case for breaking up a day in the classroom to stimulate bodies and brains," says Laura Fries, Parents' Choice 2008. "As parents of triplet teenagers, we know how important it is for kids to stay fit and start making healthy choices early in life," says Mulholland. Kideosyncrasy ...

Test-tube Babies: Mood Swings are Key to Fertility Choice

... were asked about their mood states, their social, sexual and relationship stress and about whether they preferred to have a singleton, twin or triplet pregnancy, and which of these was considered more risky. The investigators found a clear link between a negative mood and a greater ...

Womens Mood Plays a Key Role in Infertility Treatment

... infertility-specific social, sexual, and relationship stress. Finally, the women were asked to rate the desirability of having a twin or triplet versus a singleton pregnancy; the perceived likelihood or a twin or singleton pregnancy; and the desirability of SET. Risk taking behaviour ...

More is not Merry! Proposal to Ration Embryo to Women having IVF

... The fertility caretaker must get its act together to check the perilous trend of twin and triplet births. A recent proposal to the department has suggested a cap on the// embryo, allowing only one embryo at a time. An expert panel set in ...

HFEA Issues Warning On Risks Of Multiple Births With IVF

... problems that it could cause. Angela McNab, the chief executive of the HFEA, said that they were still very concerned about the levels of twin and triplet pregnancies that they believe cause the single largest risk to mothers and their children from IVF treatments. She said that multiple births could ...

Shortage of NHS funds: Many Couples Denied Infertility Treatment

... in the number of twins and triplets born to parents treated by IVF could contribute by and large to the NHS saving. The cost associated with twin and triplet birth (£9,122 and £32,354) and prenatal monitoring is also greater compared to a single IVF pregnancy which costs only about £3,313. It is high ...
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