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This edition: Science and Infertility

Episode Details

Original tape date: January 15, 2014.

First aired: January 28, 2014.

Carol Anne Riddell profiles several women who share their stories about the emotional stress and anguish of infertility and how they have coped.

Tinabeth Pina explains the medicine and science behind infertility; who is diagnosed and why; and available treatments.

Andrew Falzon looks at how acupuncture may be an aid in not only relieving stress from infertility but may also help the body respond to treatment.

Dr. Max Gomez shares the latest, cutting edge treatments now available to treat infertility.

Donna Hanover looks into alternatives like gestational carriers and egg donations as ways for couples to have a child.

For More Information:
Support
- www.helpusadopt.org
- www.resolve.org

Fertility Treatments
- www.weillcornell.org/practice/repromed
- www.madisonwomenshealthandfertility.com

Gestational Carriers & Egg Donation
- www.rmanj.com

Guest List

Jocelyn IVF Patient

Erika Antinis-Giannetta Former Fertility Patient

Dr. Paul Bergh, M.D. Reproductive Endocrinologist/Co-Founder, Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey

Becky Fawcett Patient

Carla Kachelreiss IVF Patient

Rachel Klein IVF Patient

Steven Klein Spouse of IVF Patient

Angela Le Licensed Acupuncturist, Fifth Avenue Fertility

Dr. Cristina Matera, M.D. Reproductive Endocrinologist, Madison Womens’ Health & Fertility

Carl Oliveri Patient

Maria Oliveri Patient

Dr. Glenn Schattman, M.D. Reproductive Endocrinologist, NY Presbyterian/Weill Cornell

Dr. Richard Scott Reproductive Medicine Associates of NJ

Susan Stewart Patient

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