For six consecutive years, Reproductive Science Center of the Bay Area (RSC) has seen its LGBTQ patient numbers grow by double-digit percentages, as more and more members of the community seek fertility treatment to build their families.
Spurred by an influx of fertility tourists from Asia and low numbers of eggs donated by Asian women, one San Francisco fertility clinic is struggling to keep up with patient demand for ethnic egg donors.
RSCBA opened doors to its fourth clinic in Foster City today. Founded in 1983 as one of the first fertility clinics in the Bay Area, the practice is expanding its reach just one year after a 16,500-square-foot build out of its San Ramon headquarters.
At Reproductive Science Center of the Bay Area (RSCBA), in 2013 more than 61 percent of patients under 35 years old used single embryo transfer (SET). In the four years since the clinic began asking their patients to consider SET as a first option, RSCBA was able to cut twin pregnancies by 47 percent.
The highly acclaimed series focuses on educating gay women with critical information when considering pregnancy. A core focus on family-building safety for LGBT families from legal and medical perspectives is stressed.
Continuing an expansion of services to accommodate growing community needs, ReproductiveScience Center of the Bay Area (RSC) has added a seventh physician, reproductive endocrinologist Sara Pittenger Reid, MD.
We’re obligated to our patients to pursue all avenues for in vitro fertilization and our investment in air quality is part of that mission.
Dr. Sgarlata is the first board certified reproductive endocrinologist to complete Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine (AzCIM) Fellowship that now has over 1000 graduates.
Dr. Mary Hinckley, a fertility specialist at Reproductive Science Center of the Bay Area, will present at the first conference of the Society of the Reproductive Medicine of Liaoning Province.
Kelly Burke – a NASA research scientist – successfully gave birth using what is thought to be the second oldest cryopreserved human embryo in history.
When Brian Strickland and his wife Melissa give birth to their first child later this year, Brian will join the ranks of a small minority of Americans who represent the “test tube” generation as parents.
Dr. Evan Rosenbluth of Reproductive Science Center has received an “In-Training Award for Research” presented by ASRM for his work that utilizes non-invasive techniques to detect genetic defects and live birth potential of human embryos.
Dr. Mary D. Hinckley Selected in Top Five Percent of Doctors in Region
After losing both children to a drunk driver, a local couple celebrates their new daughter along with 1,000 others at family day with Reproductive Science Center of the San Francisco Bay Area,
Reproductive Science Center is proud to welcome Dr. Evan Rosenbluth to their experienced and reputable physician team.
Reproductive Science Center launches Care Team Program, providing a team approach to personal and convenient care.
Reproductive Science Center Launches Giving Hope Program, Offering 15% Discount to Eligible Couples in Need
Brand-new statistics from one of California's most experienced fertility clinics suggest that some new moms are bucking a national trend toward twin births.
Fertility center aims to help current and prospective patients. The financial counselor staff at RSC has expanded to offer additional help to current and prospective patients.
While cancer treatments have advanced, those treatments can threaten fertility. Here's what women should know during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The Open Access Program allows patients to complete fertility monitoring and other services at a local OB/GYN office during the fertility treatment process.
In honor of American servicemen and servicewomen, the Reproductive Science Center of the San Francisco Bay Area (RSC) is offering a 5-10 percent discount to all active duty military personnel and their families.
Fatherhood doubly special this year for Berkeley Ironman athlete who beat advanced cancer & then became a parent a second time with five-year-old frozen sperm.
Bay IVF specialists launch Sharing Hope Program in partnership with Lance Armstrong's LIVESTRONG Foundation.
New Australian research indicates that IVF may spare patients considerable money & heartache.
Reproductive Science Center of the San Francisco Bay Area (RSC), whose doctors include some the nation's most distinguished infertility pioneers, received its renewed accreditation by the AAAHC.
Increasing numbers of late life mothers spurs innovative infertility financing.
RSC initiates egg-freezing program for non-medical reasons, offering new options for delayed parenting, as well as patients conflicted over morality of unused embryos.
Although social research, medical advances increasingly support motherhood at older ages, doctors still stress time is of the essence in treating infertility.
Bay IVF Specialists: Same-Sex Couples Deserve Equal Access To Fertility Medicine
Dr. Louis Weckstein was elected to the 2009-2010 Best Doctors in America database for his contributions in the field of reproductive endocrinology.
RSC Bay Area IVF clinic is looking to continue celebrating with their Facebook photo gallery of some of the more than 4,000 healthy babies they have helped couples conceive since 1984.
Paternal age and obesity diminish fertility.
"Fertile Awakenings" program one of a handful nationwide interlinking traditional western and alternative fertility care.
RSC fertility specialists like Dr. Donald Galen have been leaders in developing the reproductive technology that has enabled a steady stream of medical breakthroughs and greater reproductive freedom.
"Wanted: Pioneer IVF Babies: Are you One?" RSC celebrates 25th anniversary by re-uniting up to 280 of America's oldest "test-tube babies" in June.
As Louise Brown turns 30 on July 25, Bay Area fertility expert Dr. Donald Galen reflects on fears of the past, hopes of the future.
The largest infertility practice in the East Bay, the Reproductive Science Center of the San Francisco Bay Area (RSC), is pleased to announce its new expanded San Jose location as of January 20.