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LONDON – Twenty-five years after the birth of the first test-tube baby, success rates have doubled, but the quest for parenthood remains frustrating and expensive for most infertile couples. View PDF

Answers to Questions for 6/30/03 Lawrence Werlin is a leader in reproductive technology, research, education, and patient services and the founder and director of Coastal Fertility Medical Center. Werlin is also a principal investigator of GENESIS Network for Reproductive…Read More

Papa is still a Rolling Stone. On any given day, in the office of fertility specialist Lawrence Werlin, there is an aura of happiness, hope and overall satisfaction. It’s only rock ‘n’ roll but he seems to like it. View…Read More

By Carey Goldberg, Globe Staff It began more than a decade ago as a form of futuristic baby making: Researchers had found a way to screen fertilized eggs for some genetic flaws, allowing parents to implant only those that were…Read More

February 16, 2003 MURRIETA —- Mike and Heather Yarbro went through a lot to gain the title of parents. They tried for three of the seven years they’ve been married to conceive a child, with little hope for success —-…Read More

(Columbia) Dec. 31, 2002 – While having a baby is a dream come true for many couples, becoming pregnant can be a source of great disappointment for those unable to conceive. New PGD testing can eliminate some of the guesswork.…Read More

By JENNIFER KANNE This article appeared in The Saddleback Valley News on Nov. 29, 2002 When Kelly and Zubair Harbert married in 1989, they outlined a plan for the next few decades. The central part of the plan — the…Read More

For many couples, having a baby can also be a source of great disappointment and emotional difficulties. Now, a new procedure takes away some of the guess work and does away with procedures that are doomed to unknowingly fail. View…Read More

The Fiftieth Anniversary Annual Meeting was by all accounts the most successful meeting in recent history. A superior CME program attracted a diverse and enthusiastic “student body.” Twenty four of the Society’s past presidents were on hand to reminisce and…Read More