Secondary infertility, when couples who have trouble conceiving another child
Couples often delay seeking medical advice when they have trouble conceiving the second a second or third time around, says OHSU fertility doctor Diana Wu.
OHSU Research: DNA Switch Shows Promise Against Genetic Disease
The procedure was specifically developed to prevent diseases related to gene defects in the cell mitochondria. More
The Waiting Game
Two women share their experiences with fertility treatments. OHSU's Dr. Paula Amato talks about helping patients understand their chances and their options.
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Research Collaboration Advances Fertility Protection During Cancer Treatment
As a result of research conducted at OHSU, Massachusetts General Hospital and Battelle, many women may be able to beat cancer and still maintain fertility. Read more
Pioneer of In Vitro Fertilization Wins Nobel Prize
Robert G. Edwards of Britain won the prize in medicine for a breakthrough that has helped millions to have children.
OHSU NAMED CLINICAL CENTER OF EXCELLENCE IN INFERTILITY BY CONTEMPORARY OB/GYN MAGAZINE
OHSU PRIMATE CENTER SCIENTISTS DEVELOP GENE THERAPY METHOD TO PREVENT SOME INHERITED DISEASES
OHSU fertility doctor and others say national guidelines and local philosophy make it unlikely that an Oregon mother will deliver octuplets.
TOWN & COUNTRY MAGAZINE SELECTED OHSU FERTILITY CONSULTANTS AS ONE OF 12 OF "AMERICA'S TOP FERTILITY CLINICS"
OHSU AWARDED 1ST PLACE FOR PRESENTING OUR RESEARCH FINDINGS: "DEFINING THE DISCRIMINATORY FSH CUT OFF IN AN IVF PROGRAM"
2004The paper was presented at the 2004 Annual Meeting of the Pacific Coast Reproductive Society.
A REPORT PUBLISHED IN THE JOURNAL "NATURE" BY DRS. DAVID LEE, DAVID BATTAGLIA, AND OTHERS DESCRIBED THE FIRST LIVE BIRTH FROM A PRIMATE OVARIAN TISSUE TRANSPLANT
In March of 2004 all of our doctors were mentioned in the "Portland Monthly" as one of Portland's Best Doctors. Dr. Battaglia was featured in an article relating an unusual clinical emergency in which he was able to turn a negative clinical situation into a positive outcome by applying insights gained from his research involving oocyte and ovarian freezing.