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RMANJ Commentary: New Sperm Study Gives Hope to Infertile Men

Infertile men got a piece of good news earlier this month when researchers announced a new discovery: some men who had been diagnosed with infertility actually had normal, fertile sperm – in their testicles. The research found that while the ejaculated sperm of these same, infertile men was not good quality, sperm taken from their […]

Meet RMANJ's Dr. Jason Franasiak

THE CALLING: DR. JASON FRANASIAK

For Jason Franasiak, lead physician at RMANJ’s Marlton clinic, reproductive endocrinology is kind of a family affair. When your father is an OB/GYN and surgeon and your mother is a labor and delivery nurse, you’d think there was some pressure to walk the well-worn path of women’s healthcare. “But there wasn’t,” said Dr. Franasiak, who […]

RMANJ Doctor Publishes Research

Dr. Franasiak Publishes Study on Embryo Development and Implantation

Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey’s (RMANJ) Dr. Jason Franasiak, who leads RMANJ’s Marlton fertility center, recently published a study showing that embryos that develop slowly would benefit from Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET). The study, published in the fertility journal Human Reproduction Open, showed that embryos that take a little more time to reach the […]

RMANJ Study Shows NexCCS Has Many Benefits

RMANJ Study Shows Benefits of NexCCS Testing

A study recently published by Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey (RMANJ) Third-Year Fellow Shelby Neal shows that for women with more than one embryo, preimplantation genetic testing of embryos saves money, reduces time to live birth and reduces the risk of failed transfers and miscarriage. When compared to patients who pursued In Vitro Fertilization […]

New RMANJ Marlton Fertility Center Opens

DR. FRANASIAK AND DR. KASER WELCOME PATIENTS TO NEW MARLTON CLINIC

They planned, they worked hard, they waited, and it’s finally come: the opening day of Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey’s (RMANJ) new Marlton clinic. Lead physicians Dr. Jason Franasiak and Dr. Dan Kaser, along with Nurse Practitioner Hayley Eichlin, are more than ready to welcome hopeful parents in South Jersey to their spacious new […]

Give your support to those dealing with infertility

RMA’s Infertility Support Campaign Needs Your Help!

Powerless. Exhausted. Ashamed. This is how infertility feels for the men and women experiencing it. And chances are, you know one of them. It may be your sister, your best friend, your son’s football coach, your hairdresser, your dentist. It could even be you. Every year across the U.S., 1 in 8 couples experience infertility. […]

Dr. Scott Presents on PGD at Jefferson

Dr. Scott Presents on PGD at Jefferson University

Obstetrician-gynecologist (OB-GYN) residents at Philadelphia’s Thomas Jefferson University got a rare treat in early February when Dr. Richard Scott, CEO of the world’s leading infertility network, IVI-RMA Global, gave a Grand Rounds lecture on Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PDG) and aneuploidy screening. Dr. Scott, who is based at IVI-RMA Global’s flagship U.S. clinic, Reproductive Medicine Associates […]

RMANJ Hosts Egg Freezing Event

RMANJ Hosting Egg Freezing Event March 14 in Edgewater

Are you interested in learning more about freezing your eggs? Whether you’re focused on your career, haven’t found a partner, or just aren’t sure whether you want kids at all, freezing your eggs could be a good option. But you’ve got a lot of questions. You might be wondering how it works, when the best […]

RMANJ begins microbiome study

RMANJ Begins Study on Reproductive Microbiome

Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey (RMANJ) Third-Year Fellow Dr. Shelby Neal has begun her study into the reproductive microbiome, which seeks to better understand the microorganisms that live inside the male and female reproductive tracts in an effort to increase fertility and In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) success. The study, which is currently recruiting patients […]

Dr. shelby Neal Adenomyosis

Dr. Shelby Neal Awarded for Adenomyosis Research

Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey (RMANJ) third year fellow Dr. Shelby Neal has received the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) Corporate Member Council In-Training Travel Award for her research on the link between adenomyosis seen on 3D ultrasound and clinical outcomes following IVF. Dr. Neal’s research showed that only women with obvious adenomyosis […]