This time of year families gather to celebrate holiday traditions, think about the year ahead and remember the years gone by. Health and prosperity are top-of-mind for many as they make resolutions for the New Year. Many couples will make life’s most exciting resolution this year–the decision to start a family. While the choice to […]
Video is a part of everyday modern life and no different with fertility treatments these days. EEVA and Embryoscope are two new embryo screening systems for time lapse imaging of embryos in the lab. RMANJ has participated in clinical trials for EEVA and published data at previous year’s American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) meeting. While this […]
Infertility is frustrating and painful, but if there is a silver lining to being infertile today, it is that this field of medicine is seeing some amazing improvements resulting in more pregnancies and more healthy babies. We talked about many advancements on yesterday’s Creating a Family show with Dr. Eric Forman, Reproductive Endocrinologist at Reproductive Medicine Associates […]
Ask the Expert recently asked Dr. Eric Forman to discuss how Comprehensive Chromosome Screening (CCS) helps increase IVF success for patients. Also, how genetic chromosome analysis of an embryo can identify a normal euploid embryo before a patient’s embryo transfer allowing for a safer pregnancy and delivery for both mother and baby.
Admit it. When you see a new mom pushing a double stroller with twins in it, you wonder. Where did she go for fertility treatment? Did she do IUI or IVF? Although the thought of getting “two for one” may be tempting, you may not want all of your friends and co-workers to know about […]
Comprehensive chromosome screening (CCS) represents one of the most important breakthroughs in assisted reproductive technology. RMANJ has been at the forefront of CCS research, developing the most accurate and clinically validated method in the world. Our continued dedication to advance the technology of CCS has now taken us into the realm of next-generation sequencing, a method […]
Over 20 years have passed and, while earlier PGD tests were problematic, marked improvements have been made in the methodology, with better outcomes. Currently, the most popular technique is CCS, which tests all 23 pairs of chromosomes. In fact, the name PGD is often replaced with comprehensive chromosomal screening (CCS). With the availability of preimplantation […]
In order for in vitro fertilization (IVF) to be a success, an embryo has to implant into the uterus and continue to grow for close to nine months without miscarriage. They key here is selecting the best embryo that is up to the task. These are exciting times in the world of fertility treatment. It seemed […]
Ask the Expert recently asked Dr. Eric Forman to discuss how Comprehensive Chromosome Screening (CCS) differs from other screening methods and to share with us it’s benefits.
Drs. Richard Scott & Max Gomez on maximizing IVF success rates and patient health while minimizing healthcare costs Dr. Max Gomez from CBS in New York recently met with Dr. Richard T. Scott to discuss published data presented at the 69th Annual American Society for Reproductive Medicine Meeting in Boston, MA this week. Research done by […]