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RE-BROADCAST ASRM Today Book Review: Aroused: the History of Hormones and How They Control Just About Everything with Dr. Randi Epstein

On this episode of the book review we are talking with Dr. Randi Hutter Epstein, who is an adjunct professor at Columbia University, a lecturer at Yale University and writer in residence at Yale Medical School. Her writing often appears in the New York times, her latest book which we are going to get into today is Aroused: the History of Hormones and How They Control Just About Everything.

ASRM Today: Gestational Carriers and the Law with Rachel Loftspring

Today on the show we are talking about the law concerning gestational carrier arrangements. Our guest is Rachel Loftspring. Rachel is an attorney with Essig & Evans LLP, working exclusively in Fertility Law. She counsels intended parents and gestational carriers on the legal aspects of their collaborative reproduction journey so they can focus on what matters most: building their family. Rachel’s clients are from the United States and around the world, and include singles and couples of all sexual orientation.

 

Fertility and Sterility On Air– TOC: November 2021

Take a sneak peak at this month's Fertility & Sterility! Topics this month include mosaic embryos diagnostics and counseling (02:40), machine learning for personalized cycles (10:41), a look at ASRM's new practice committee documents on the new Mullerian classifications and the general fertility evaluation, as well as their committee opinion on obesity and reproduction (26:11), sperm DNA fragmentation (38:47), aneuploidy in recurrent implantation failure (43:10), BMI and recurrent pregnancy loss (50:26), maternal morbidity in infertile patients (54:14).

ASRM Today: The New ASRM Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Task Force with Michael Thomas

"I'm not seeing a patient who is Asian. I'm not seeing a patient who is Hispanic. I'm not seeing a patient who is of African descent. And it may not necessarily hit you [that] a lot of times you aren't seeing them because of the fact that they can't get to the door - either because they can't afford your services or because there is a stigma in their community for infertility services." - Michael Thomas, M.D.

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