For the first time, researchers have shown how a key reproductive hormone suppresses follicle development and prevents ovulation in females.
Our multidisciplinary team is renowned for its clinical excellence in diagnosing, treating and supporting patients with fertility issues. The Fertility Center’s clinician-researchers use 30 years of IVF data to individualize care and improve success. This crucial data can help us to solve difficult or rare infertility cases which helps our patients find success faster. With a Platinum rating from the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART), caring for and reporting our outcomes honestly and thoroughly creates bonds of trust between our providers and patients. Our longevity translates to 30 years of consistently high live birth rates after fertility treatments and reproductive surgeries.
We strive every day to achieve the highest and safest pregnancy rates. The chart below shows data on our most recent success rates.
This table contains data for egg retrieval cycles and live births in 2016. Live births number includes all types of births (singletons, twins and triplets or more). "Singletons" refer to a single baby. Source: Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology, 2016 preliminary data.
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