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.
When nationally-ranked swimmer Audrey Shuss was diagnosed with PCOS, the tireless efforts of the UCARM team helped her achieve a treasured goal: motherhood.
After a disappointing start with fertility treatment, a Denver couple finds help and hope at University of Colorado Advanced Reproductive Medicine
At the young age of 22, Adam was diagnosed with testicular cancer. Before undergoing treatment, he decided to bank his sperm in the hope that he could someday be a dad.
When Anastasia had to have an emergency hysterectomy, forever losing her chance to have more children, her cousin Heather graciously offered her womb. Here’s a story of how two families came together to create a miracle.
When they lost their infant son soon after birth, this Colorado Springs couple looked for answers. They found help—and hope—with local doctor Shona Murray, MD, and a medical technology called pre-implantation genetic diagnosis.
For Sarah H., it was a research study that made all the difference. In fact, she credits the study–and the skilled doctors at University of Colorado Advanced Reproductive Medicine–for making her a soon-to-be mother.