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The September Voice 2023

After our annual summer break during July and August, we welcome you reenergized and ready to rock’n’roll with our September issue into the new academic year 2023/2024.
Sep 9th, 2023

LGBTQ+ Family Planning: 5 Options for Having a Baby

LGBTQ+ family planning may require a special approach. Thankfully, there are enough options available that there’s sure to be one right for you and your family. Here are five options we offer for LGBTQ+ individuals to expand their family.
Sep 1st, 2023

The CHR June Voice

We are pleased to publish our June Voice, The CHR VOICE. This is the last issue for the 2022/2023 academic year before we take a publication break during July and August (unless really something very important is happening).
Jun 20th, 2023

Helping Your Partner Through the Process of IVF

IVF can be a very difficult journey, and it may be tricky to know how to support your partner through it all. We offer some ways you can be there for each other every step of the way.
Jun 7th, 2023

The May Voice

As always, we are delighted to welcome all of our readers to a new issue of The CHR VOICE. Our May issue is again made up of a compendium of articles that will hopefully satisfy the broad spectrum of our readership, made up of current and past CHR patients
May 3rd, 2023

The April Voice

We very enthusiastically welcome you to the April issue of The CHR VOICE because, over the last month, we had the opportunity to put together our most expansive issue so far (44 pages).
Apr 3rd, 2023


We welcome all of our readers to the March issue of The CHR VOICE, which, as usual, in the new and expanded format offers a broad potpourri of articles for patients and laypeople as well as professional physicians and scientists working in reproductive med
Mar 1st, 2023

The Voice February 2023

We are very pleased to offer the February 2023 issue of THE CHR VOICE and want to take the opportunity of this introduction to direct the attention of our readers...
Feb 3rd, 2023

The Voice January 2023

With this January issue, we are very pleased for the year 2023 to welcome back to TheVOICE; the monthly newsletter of the CHR,-you, our reader.
Jan 9th, 2023

The Voice December 2022

With the year 2002 is almost behind us, it is easy to conclude that it on many different levels was an unusually tumultuous year.
Dec 2nd, 2022

The Voice November 2022

The CHR is delighted to offer the VOICE's November issue to our readers, as always attempting to present material for our very diverse readership.
Nov 1st, 2022

The Voice September 2022

The CHR is known as a “fertility center of last resort,” primarily serving patients who have previously failed treatments elsewhere.
Sep 1st, 2022

The Voice June 2022

We are pleased to present here the June issue of the CHR VOICE, after which we traditionally start a two-month summer hiatus for this newsletter, returning to our regular monthly publication schedule with the start of the new 2022-2023...
Jun 15th, 2022

The Voice May 2022

April was a hectic month at the CHR because the deadline period for abstract submission to the Annual Meeting of the ASRM is always hectic.
May 25th, 2022

The Voice April 2022

March was an unusually busy month at the CHR and not only clinically. CHR’s investigators saw several important papers published, with one in NATURE Medicine, in detail presented in the March issue of the VOICE, receiving unusual media attention
Apr 28th, 2022

The Voice March 2022

With Spring per schedule knocking on the door, the mood in the world feels anything but spring-like. The deadly and cruel Russian war machine is already for weeks invading the independent country of Ukraine.
Mar 21st, 2022

The Voice February 2022

In the shortest and traditionally coldest month of the year, we welcome you to the February issue of our monthly newsletter. Hopefully, history will show that we reached a point in the Covid-19 pandemic with more hope than at any time slot before.
Feb 23rd, 2022

The Voice December 2021

With the year 2021 coming to its end, most of us will agree that this was not a very good year to remember. We can only hope that 2022 will allow the world to return to more traditional living and working conditions, schooling, social interactions as well
Dec 28th, 2021

The Voice November 2021

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, we here at the CHR for the second year in a row are missing out on the hectic last-minute preparations for our annual conference in New York City on reproductive biology and endocrinology, the CHR until 2019 co-hos
Nov 24th, 2021

The Voice October 2021

We welcome our readers to the October issue of the VOICE, we hope again packed with interesting and relevant information for patients, colleagues, and any other party interested in reproductive sciences and clinical infertility. October is ...
Oct 15th, 2021

The Voice September 2021

We are pleased to welcome you to the first issue of the VOICE for the academic year 2021/2022. A new publishing team has taken over, and differences in style and content distribution will, therefore, become quickly apparent. Hopefully also very apparent...
Oct 6th, 2021

Telehealth: The Advantages of Telemedicine

Struggles to get to the clinic? Trying to reduce your exposure to COVID-19, as well as other contagious illnesses, and still need to see your doctor? Telehealth is safe and easy — receive quality care from anywhere.
Sep 3rd, 2021

The latest news in Science: May 2021

In this section we attempt to draw attention to science papers we perceive as potentially important for the basic understanding of reproductive biology and, therefore, may have translational relevance to ...
Aug 24th, 2021

What is new regarding COVID-19?

Most of the COVID-19 news these days is positive: new infections in the U.S. and countries, like Israel, have been declining rapidly and, with its deaths from the disease.
Apr 27th, 2021

Ethical concerns with IVF practive: II

The appropriate role of profit incentives on medical practice has been, and will remain for some time to come, the central theme in every discussion of national health care, - whatever the system.
Apr 15th, 2021

Did you know? April 2021

Alarming news about declining sperm counts have recently made headlines in medical literature as well as lay media.
Apr 15th, 2021

Mild Ovarian Stimulation

Two prominent voices in the fertility field known as longstanding supporters of mild ovarian stimulation were at it once again (Nargund and Fauser, Reprod Biomed Online 2020;41:569-571) when publishing an editorial with ...
Mar 16th, 2021

More On COVID-19

Mar 16th, 2021

Breaking News in Science

In a published letter (_Santoro et al Reprod Sciences 2021; https:/, a small group of prominent physicians, scientists, and ethicists in reproductive medicine urged ...
Mar 16th, 2021

Ethical concerns with contemporary IVF practice

It is 42 years from the birth of the first IVF offspring and the world is now already approaching 10 million IVF births. There are few, if any, new medical treatments that can point toward such enormous success.
Mar 16th, 2021

Did you know?

Access To Fertility Coverage Expanded By New York State For Same Sex Couples As Part Of 2021 Women’s Agenda And New York Child Parent Security Act (Cpsa) Went Into Effect
Mar 16th, 2021

The VOICE Digest: March 2021

In this issue, we continue to offer what we consider the most important news relating to the infertility field and/or reproductive biology in the preceding month.
Mar 16th, 2021

February Clinical Updates

Important new observations about placental physiology, protecting offspring from viral infections
Feb 15th, 2021

Inquiries regarding male infertility

For some time, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) has in the literature been considered a risk factor for male infertility; but up to this point it was not very clear ...
Feb 15th, 2021

Does IVF increase ovarian cancer risks?

No question in IVF has been as thoroughly investigated as this question and the repeated answer has practically always been the same: there is no evidence that even large numbers of repeat IVF cycles increase cancer risks!
Feb 15th, 2021

February COVID-19 Updates

That the World Health Organization (WHO) needs help, has been rather obvious for some time. Whether its disastrous performance at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic was professional incompetence or ...
Feb 15th, 2021

February CHR VOICE Digest

Based on feedback from our readers, each month we will be highlighting what we consider the most important news for fertility patients and professionals working in the field.
Feb 15th, 2021

January 2021 COVID-19 Updates

In December, *ASRM issued the first clinical recommendation from its COVID-19 Task Force which “did not recommend withholding the (anti-COVID-19) vaccine from patients who are planning to ...
Feb 1st, 2021

IVF and Society January 2021 Updates

One could argue that a class-action lawsuit regarding preimplantation genetic testing for aneuploidy (PGT-A) had to happen sooner or later.
Feb 1st, 2021

January CHR VOICE Digest

The VOICE is getting an upgrade! Based on feedback from our readers, each month we will be highlighting what we consider the most important news for fertility patients and professionals working in the field.
Feb 1st, 2021

EcoDEP (Frozen Donor Egg Program) Donor Listing

EcoDEP, CHR's frozen donor egg program that offers a lower-cost alternative to traditional (fresh) egg donor program, has a limited number of donor eggs immediately available to recipients.
Dec 21st, 2020

December CHR VOICE Digest

As we head into the holiday season many of us find ourselves, as we have for some time, ready for the year to end, hoping for a more normal 2021. But what a year 2020 has been!
Dec 15th, 2020

The SARS-CoV-2 Virus And Our Immune Response

Here is for once a somewhat happy COVID-19 pandemic story. At already somewhat advanced age, I am still an actively practicing physician-scientist in New York City, since April regularly tested ...
Nov 17th, 2020

November CHR VOICE Digest

As we are finalizing this issue of The VOICE, the country has established a new president-elect who will be inaugurated in January.
Nov 17th, 2020

October CHR VOICE Digest

Since our September issue was completely dedicated to COVID-19, here is, for all practical purposes, our first regular issue of the VOICE in the 2020/2021 academic year, and what an academic year ...
Oct 16th, 2020

The Changing Practice of Assisted Reproduction

Mostly unnoticed and/or unmentioned by media, because of what has been happening in many countries to national health care systems (the U.S. included), brought on by the COVID-19 ...
Oct 16th, 2020

What to do after a failed IVF cycle?

The chance of pregnancy in an IVF cycle, of course, depend on many factors. Two often related factors, however, dominate: female age and functional ovarian reserve.
Oct 16th, 2020

COVID-19 Bulletin 7/6/2020

Evolving understanding of COVID-19 immunity, notable articles in the medical literature and the media, and more.
Jul 6th, 2020

COVID-19 Bulletin, July 6, 2020

Over the long July 4th weekend, The New York Times (July 5, 2020, pages 15-18) published a revealing lead article, documenting the stealthy nature of the COVID-19 epidemic in the U.S.
Jul 6th, 2020

June VOICE is here!

In this month's CHR VOICE, we discuss what it means to "follow science" and continue our series on fertility treatments for women with low functional ovarian reserve.
Jul 3rd, 2020

COVID-19 Bulletin 6/29/2020

New study suggests a lower immunity level in the community than the typically quoted 60%, gauged by antibody tests, may be sufficient to protect everyone from COVID-19, as new case numbers surge in southwestern US states.
Jun 29th, 2020

COVID-19 Bulletin, June 29, 2020

Not at all unexpected, COVID-19 infections have significantly rebounded with, unquestionably, a very profound degree of community spread being the underlying cause.
Jun 29th, 2020

CHR's COVID-19 Bulletin, June 22, 2020

Media reports from all over the world suggest that we may be at the beginning of a second COVID-19 wave, while some epidemiologists/public health experts have suggested ...
Jun 22nd, 2020

COVID-19 Bulletin 6/22/2020

As New York City enters the Phase II of reopening, are we witnessing the 2nd wave of COVID-19 infections?
Jun 22nd, 2020

COVID-19 Bulletin 6/10/2020

WHO was wrong about asymptomatic patients being contagious, and other COVID-19 fake news to watch out for.
Jun 10th, 2020