Advanced Reproductive Medicine’s clinical trial with the National Institutes for Health led to a huge breakthrough—and the long-awaited joys of parenthood for two Denver families.
Turned away by one clinic in their efforts to start a family, Ian and Troy achieved their dream with the help of family, friends and Advanced Reproductive Medicine.
Wanting to reduce the effects of PCOS, Kristina Colson followed the advice of the WIFI physicians at University of Colorado with great success.
A Colorado swimmer was diagnosed with PCOS and tried IUI and IVF with no success. UCARM helped achieve her dream of motherhood, implanting frozen embryos.
Dr. Polotsky advised a Denver couple on fertility treatment, deciding between IVF and IUI – at a more reasonable price with a payment plan.
A Colorado native undergoing treatment for testicular cancer worked with CU fertility preservation specialists to bank sperm to have children in the future.
After an emergency hysterectomy, a cousin offered to be a surrogate, agreeing to carry the twin pregnancy with the help of UCARM’s fertility specialists.
Pre-implantation genetic testing and IVF helped a Colorado couple, both carriers for MCADD, a rare inherited metabolic disorder, overcome infertility.
With “unexplained infertility,” no obvious reason Sarah should not be able to conceive, participated in the AMIGOS UCARM study for infertility treatment.