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FIVE Surprising Facts About Your Fertility

Ready to conceive? Arm yourself with the facts before getting started. A recent web-based study from the American Infertility Association (AIA) showed that only one in more than 12,000 women could answer 15 questions about their reproductive life cycle!

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National Infertility Awareness Week April 23rd-29th. Receive 50% New patient Consult thru 4/28!

In observance of National Infertility Awareness Week, receive 50% discount off a new patient consultation, valid thru April 28th. Schedule your appointment today

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Denver Fertility Albrecht Women's Care TV Appearance on Colorado's Best

Watch our TV segment on Colorado's Best, where Dr. Ambler and Dr. Albrecht answer common fertility questions.

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Evaluation of Ovarian Function: A historical perspective.

In the evaluation of an infertile patient, ovarian function is one of the most important parameters. The evaluation process is a complex one that involves many different tests and has evolved significantly over the past 40 years.

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Dr. Dana Ambler Free Webinar on Gestational Carriers

Dr. Dana Ambler was a guest host for Colorado Surrogacy’s free webinar series on Gestational Carriers. Her webinar discusses who is an ideal candidate, carrier screening, in vitro fertilization (IVF), and more.

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Top Four Fertility Questions

Over the years patients have taught me much about life. They have taught me through loss, life, and through the asking questions, sometimes routine, sometimes poignant, always important. 

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Selective Fetal Reduction

More than 20 years ago Mark Evans, a maternal fetal medicine high risk pregnancy specialist, was asked by an infertility specialist friend what to do about one of his patients who had conceived quadruplets after IVF treatment. After giving it much thought, he performed the first selective fetal reduction procedure reducing the quadruplets to twins. 

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First FDA-Approved Trial Using Human Embryonic Stem Cells

Embryonic stem cells have been at the center of an intense national debate and in 2011 for the first time ever, doctors injected human embryonic stem cells into a patient with a spinal cord injury.

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