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October 15th is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Day

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National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day on October 15th is a designated time of recognition for those who have experienced a devastating loss of life through:

  • Spontaneous miscarriage (SAB)
  • Still birth
  • Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)

On October 15th, a National Day of Remembrance is observed annually in the United States for those having suffered a pregnancy or infant loss marked by ceremonies and candle-lighting vigils. To participate use #PregnancyAndInfantLossRemembranceDay for posting on social media. This special day of pregnancy loss awareness will be spearheaded by PAil FAMiLiES UNITED IN SOLACE & SUPPORT.

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Fertility Center NYC Celebrates National Metastatic Breast Cancer Awareness Day

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The Metastatic Breast Cancer Network will spearhead an awareness day to support those afflicted with this disease on October 13th. Discover 31 facts you may not know about metastatic breast cancer by clicking here – one fact for every day of October. Why is October 13th an important date for you? The fertility experts at New Hope Fertility Center in New York wants to spread awareness about metastatic breast cancer and fertility preservation. Look: If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer, you should immediately consider your options for after you receive treatment, prior to getting it.  Many of the cancer fighting drugs have serious side effects which may prevent you from having children in the future. Even if you don’t think you will want kids later in life, you should consider fertility preservation as crucial for those men and women who MIGHT want to have children the future.  Just because you don’t now, doesn't mean you won’t change your mind later.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Why it’s important to consider egg freezing

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we are focused on helping women take action to protect their overall health and assess their personal breast cancer risks. Why does this matter to you? As partners of the LIVE STRONG Foundation, the fertility experts at New Hope Fertility Center NYC want to spread awareness about breast cancer and fertility preservation. Bottom Line: Fertility preservation, like egg freezing, is crucial for those women (and men) diagnosed with breast cancer who may want to build their families in the future.

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September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

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The American Cancer Society estimates that 22,440 American women receive an ovarian cancer diagnosis every year. These women are faced with surgical removal of an ovary due to cancerous tumors. Did you know? More than half of these women will be facing ovarian cancer during their prime reproductive years. Bottom line: Preserving a woman’s fertility in cases of ovarian cancer through Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) must be promoted.

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How an Egg Donor Gives the Gift of Life

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New Hope Fertility NYC spearheads an internationally celebrated Egg Donor Program. The best part: Our program helps couples who are unable to conceive a child due to poor egg quality or inability to produce eggs. We carefully screen egg donors and protect the privacy of both the donor and recipient parents throughout the entire IVF in conjunction with egg donation process. Bottom line: We are vigilant in handling all delicate social and legal matters involved in the egg donation experience.

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Discover Easy Cost-Effective IUI in NYC

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Discovering cost-effective Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) in NYC is easy! The best part: The fertility specialists at New Hope Fertility NYC have made it their mission to provide first-class, easy, and cost-effective IUI treatment for every hopeful parent-to-be. Look: Depending on a woman’s age, IUI will boost a woman’s chance for pregnancy by up to 20 percent. Here’s the deal: Typically, three to four cycles of IUI are recommended before our doctors recommend patients move on to an In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) protocol. The good news: Our affordable and successful IVF protocols include the celebrated Mini-IVF™ and Natural Cycle IVF™.

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