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IRVINE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 3, 2005–At the Pacific Coast Reproductive Society’s (PCRS) Annual Conference, Dr. Lawrence B. Werlin will present groundbreaking discoveries from his research on the effects of Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) on embryos. The conference, May 4-8, 2005, in...Read More
The Sandovals of Brea almost gave up hope when Beatriz was diagnosed with breast cancer. Their frozen embryo made parenthood a reality after successful treatment. By TERRI DAXON FOR THE STAR-PROGRESS She’s known as the “miracle baby,” but little Sofia...Read More
Media Contact: Annamarie Santana (949) 726-0600 [email protected] World-Renowned PGD Researcher Educates Physicians & Healthcare Professionals About Preventing Birth Defects & Infant Mortality At March of Dimes Conference  Wednesday, Jan. 19 –9:45 AM- Long Beach Convention Center WHAT: World-renowned fertility expert and...Read More
Dr. Lawrence B. Werlin, Co-Founder of GENESIS Network for Reproductive Health, Assists Couples in Building Their Families Having conceived one child, it is natural for couples to take it for granted that another conception will easily follow. But this is...Read More
When couples breeze through having their first or second child, it’s logical for them to believe that the door to fertility stays open. But in some cases, the door closes. View PDF
Lawrence B. Werlin, a leader in fertility and reproductive medicine, recently unveiled two new fertility studies at the annual American Society of Reproductive Medicine conference (ASRM). Werlin’s breakthrough fertility studies focused on the use of Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) for...Read More
By LISA LIDDANE The Orange County Register Sunday, September 19, 2004 DUE IN DECEMBER: Beatriz Sandoval is eagerly awaiting the birth of her child. “I have calmness throughout this pregnancy,” she says. SANG H. PARK, THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER For...Read More
Fertility patients often don’t use all of the tiny cell clusters. Disposal procedures vary.  By DAVID B. CARUSO The Associated Press Writer Saturday, September 18, 2004 PHILADELPHIA – The nation’s fertility clinics vary widely when it comes to how they...Read More
MASURY — Like any new first-time mom, Patricia Wilson can’t seem to stop touching and looking at her 7-month-old son, Nathan, whom she calls her “miracle baby.” She picks him up. He smiles and says “mama” over and over, obviously...Read More
You could say that Dr. Lawrence Werlin is different. Looking a little bit like Einstein with silvery, shoulder-length hair, and glasses, he jaunts down the hall of his fertility clinic in Irvine to Mick Jagger tunes in a white frock...Read More
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