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Our staff feels the best recognition comes from our patients. Has anyone at RSCBA made a difference in your fertility journey & made YOU smile?

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IVF Flex Plans

Attain Fertility plan for success: Attain IVF gives you every conceivable chance for success.

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Shared egg donation

RSC's Shared Egg Donor Program provides a more affordable treatment cycle with egg donation. Find a donor at nearly half the cost.

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Inside the IVF Lab at RSC Bay Area

Inside the IVF lab

This comprehensive look at the RSC lab provides step-by-step detail of the IVF process and what patients can expect from the first day of IVF treatment.

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Featured patient success story

Infertility & Cancer: Mom Has No Time For Pity Party

Dr. Hinckley joins Melanie and the rest of "Team Mel" at the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk in Walnut Creek. June 20, 2015.

By Melanie Macleod – When you’re faced with something, whether it’s infertility, cancer or the scare of potentially becoming infertile from treatment, you have to plan and get ahead of it. I was fixated in the first weeks on crying and asking, Why me? I had to get myself out of my pity party. You have to tackle this head on.

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As Fertility Science Progresses, The Principles Remain

Fertility through the years - sleeping baby

Having been an infertility specialist for more than 25 years, I’ve seen some significant changes to the practice of fertility science. As RSC has remained on the leading edge of scientific advancement for the past thirty years, so too we remain steadfast in our mission to provide the best opportunities for making all people families.

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