Fertility Updates

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Research Publications

CHR's focus on basic and clinical research has brought many breakthough treatments to infertility parents. Find out the latest results of our translational research.

Improvements in IVF in women of advanced age.

IVF success rates for women over 40 can improve with pretreatment targeting the early stages of egg development. Published in … Read more

OPINIONs

OPINIONs is a unique commentary series reflecting CHR's independent voices on reproductive endocrinology medicine and beyond.

Nothing more controversial than PGS

OPINIONs 010: June 6, 2017  Summary A new form of preimplantation genetic screening (PGS), named “preimplantation genetic diagnosis for aneuploidy screening (PGD-AS)” … Read more

CHR VOICE

New research projects, experimental treatments, new staff members, thoughts on various "fads" in the field — VOICE, CHR's monthly update, is always abuzz. Stay up-to-date here.

In Focus: Structure of a sperm

Evaluating sperm quality is an important dimension of patient care at CHR since we all know that it takes two … Read more

Educational Videos

Watch CHR's physicians and scientists explain various infertility conditions, treatments, and research projects in short video.

Endometriosis and Infertility Video

Diagnosis and treatment for women who want to conceive Endometriosis and its affect on infertility explained by Dr. Norbert Gleicher … Read more

CHR in the Media

Reproductive endocrinologists at CHR often contribute expert commentary to media reports. Here are a few recent media appearances of CHR physicians and scientists.

SCIENCE Magazine reports on CHR research

In its March 24, 2017 issue, the highly prestigious SCIENCE Magazine dedicated a full-length article to one of CHR’s recently … Read more

Press Relations

Press releases on important research progress and industry tips for the media.

New York Magazine Article Bring New Hope to IVF Patients

For immediate release September 19, 2017 (New York, NY) – An article in the September 18th issue of the New … Read more