• Tick, Tock: Men’s Fertility Clock?

    Tick, Tock: Men’s Fertility Clock?

    Is your biological clock ticking?  How about your husband’s?  That’s right, according to Researcher Paula Fettback, of the Huntington Medicina Reproductiva clinic in Brazil, men have their own biological clock.  Once in their 40s, men have a harder time fathering a child—with the odds decreasing every year, and rapidly decreasing […]

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  • The Truth About Trying

    REDBOOK magazine recently teamed up with RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association to launch a new campaign to bring awareness to infertility!  This month REDBOOK interviewed women struggling with infertility for their article The Invisible Pain of Infertility.   In conjunction with the article, REDBOOK started a No-Shame Video Campaign- “The Truth […]

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  • New Link Between Enzyme Protein and Fertility

    New Link Between Enzyme Protein and Fertility

    Scientists have discovered new links between the enzyme protein SGK1 and infertility.  Scientists are looking into how this new information on SGK1 could lead to new methods of contraception or changes in fertility treatments.  Learn more about the study and SGK1 here.  

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  • RESOLVE of New England forms LinkedIn Group

    RESOLVE of New England forms LinkedIn Group

    Curious about fertility news, events, and happenings in New England?  Check out RESOLVE of New England’s recently formed a linkedIn group! “RESOLVE of New England Providing infertility education, support, and advocacy since 1974.”   Connect with Global IVF through LinkedIn, and let us know about  some of your other favorite […]

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  • A Family of My Own: Fertility & Adoption Conference

    This free, informative, one-day event will give you the opportunity to listen to and speak with respected fertility and adoption specialists & professionals. Ask questions and learn about exhibitors’ services on Saturday, November 12, 2011 from 9am-1pm, at the Westin Lake Mary in Orlando, Florida. Learn more information, or register […]

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