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BeatInfertility.co interviews Dr. Adamson

Dr. Adamson and Heather discuss the various treatment packages and other financial options ARC Fertility offers. Listen to the interview at BeatInfertility.com. INTRODUCTION I’d like to start by hearing a little bit more about you and ARC Fertility as a whole. Tell us about your background, how you ended up specializing in reproductive endocrinology, and […]

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Dr. David Adamson, CEO of ARC Fertility Honored by RESOLVE: The National Fertility Organization

RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association Recognizes Dr. Adamson’s Contributions to the Family Building Community Saratoga, CA, September 29, 2015 – David Adamson, MD, FRCSC, FACOG, FACS, reproductive endocrinologist, surgeon, medical director of Palo Alto Medical Foundation (PAMF) Fertility Physicians of Northern California, and Chief Executive Officer of ARC® Fertility is being awarded the Barbara Eck Founders Award, RESOLVE’s […]

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Thinking about Pregnancy? Think about Your Thyroid

Fertility specialists have long noticed a relationship between thyroid disorders and reproductive health issues including irregular periods, difficulty getting pregnant, and multiple miscarriages early in pregnancy. During Thyroid Awareness Month and with new research, it’s worth knowing about a not uncommon and treatable problem that may be affecting your plans for a new family.

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To Maximize Fertility, Men Should Minimize Bacon Consumption

Bacon and IVF

To Maximize Fertility, Men Should Minimize Bacon Consumption If you and your partner have decided to seek medical assistance to help get pregnant, your doctor may have handed you a list of “lifestyle” instructions to follow to enhance the success of your treatment using assisted reproductive technologies (ART). Now, along with not smoking, drinking less […]

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Embryo Donation Offers Opportunities for Infertile Couples, but Many Factors Need to be Considered

Embryo donation plays an important role in fertility treatments: Here is what you should know Saratoga, CA (March 24, 2015) – Embryo donation has become a popular procedure to address infertility, but according to Dr. David Adamson, founder and CEO of ARC Fertility (www.arcfertility.com), the largest network of fertility specialists in the United States, it […]

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IVF Nutrients May Influence Gender Selection In Embyros, Reports Medical Daily

IVF Nutrients May Influence Gender Selection In Embyros, Reports Medical Daily Medical Daily reported March 19th, “Chinese scientists believe that certain undisclosed nutrients given to embryos during in vitro fertilization may favor the development of male fetuses over female. The study is significant because it could possibly lead to a new technique for gender selection. […]

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What needs to be done for women with endometriosis?

Endometriosis.org reports, “With an estimated 176 million women in the world affected by the painful consequences of endometriosis, it is shameful how little commitment there is to invest in basic research so that the life altering realities of endometriosis can be prevented in the next generation of women. On International Women’s Day (#IWD2015) we’ve asked […]

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Access to Fertility Treatment Varies Across the Globe

Access to Fertility Treatment Varies Across the Globe Wanting to have a baby is a uniquely universal desire. Yet, the way fertility is viewed and treated around the world varies considerably. From access to assisted reproductive technology (ART), to widely different costs and legal barriers, couples in different countries often face widely different attitudes and […]

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ARC Fertility Supports Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) for Healthier Babies

Saratoga, CA (February 18, 2015) – As reproductive science advances, fertility scientists, embryologists and doctors are constantly developing new techniques to help families have healthy pregnancies and healthy children. One such advancement, preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD), is an important addition to successful fertility treatments, and is being supported by ARC Fertility, the largest network of […]

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Pregnancy Over 50: Ethical Considerations

From Medical Daily,  “How old is too old to give birth? The answer to this question would have been obvious 30 years ago, but recent advancements in fertility treatments mean that in 2015, a woman’s biological clock can be permanently put on hold. Thanks to science, a 55- or even 65-year-old woman can do what […]

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Egg freezing is no longer deemed “experimental”

From OBG Management Update on fertility Egg freezing is no longer deemed “experimental.” Here are current protocols, fertility expectations, and safety outcomes as well as ethical considerations for oocyte cryopreservation. Read more here…. OBG Manag. 2015;27(2):32-34,36-39 Mary E. Abusief, MD  and G. David Adamson, MD

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The Past, Present, and Future of Baby-Making and Morality Debates

From IVF to three-parent babies to… Women’s Health Magazine reports, “Old-fashioned baby-making is definitely more fun. But for many couples struggling with infertility, high-tech treatments are the only way to get sperm and egg together. Couples now have surrogacy, in vitro fertilization (IVF), and perhaps soon, three-parent IVF, as viable baby-making strategies. The British Parliament […]

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PGD and PGS = healthy pregnancies and healthy babies

PGD and PGS = healthy pregnancies and healthy babies As reproductive science advances, fertility scientists, embryologists and doctors are constantly developing new techniques to help families have healthy pregnancies and healthy children. Recent technologies that offer promise include preimplantation genetic diagnosis (PGD) in which a day 5 embryo (blastocyst) is tested for a specific known […]

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Advanced Reproductive Care Urges Couples to Consider Reproductive Future Prior to Chemotherapy Treatments

Patients of All Ages Should Plan and Prepare Saratoga, CA (January 28, 2015) – When faced with a cancer diagnosis, many patients become overwhelmed with the decisions they must make regarding their cancer treatments, and their reproductive futures often take a backseat. Unfortunately, many patients who are not fully informed about their options learn about […]

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