CU researchers won a prize paper award at an international ASRM fertility meeting aimed at helping patients get the best possible pregnancy outcomes.
CU’s Denver fertility clinic is part of a study involving a new drug that results in a 30-40% pregnancy increase for women with infertility caused by PCOS.
Dr. Polotsky’s Obesity journal article shows a direct link between male obesity, infertility and decreased in vitro fertilization (IVF) success rates.
Serena Dovey, MD and Lauren Roth, MD, join CU’s fertility staff, increasing its commitment to research-based clinical care for all fertility patients.
Colorado infertility patients struggling with obesity can now get help from weight specialists and the only wellness program of its kind in the country.
Dr. Alvero was named “Top Doc of 2013″ by 5280 Magazine and Denver physicians as the fertility doctor they would most want treating them and their families.
CU’s Stapleton fertility clinic offers patients the expertise of a leading university research hospital involved in every aspect of reproductive medicine.
“Fertility is known to be decreased in obese women and obese men,” said Professor James McManaman, Ph.D., vice-chairman of research for CU OB/GYN.
CU partners with the World Egg Bank to providing women all over the world who can’t become pregnant donor eggs as fertility treatment.