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Come and Hear Me Speak About Infertility and PGD Tomorrow Night

This is a quick reminder for all of my readers out there. I will be speaking tomorrow, Tuesday, December 5 in Santa Ana from 7-9 p.m. I was asked by the Southwest regional association of RESOLVE, the national Infertility Association, to join a few of my colleagues and speak about infertility.

I would love for some, if not all of you to attend. The event is completely free and open to anyone interested in learning about infertility. The event is called “Advances in IVF Technologies.”

I will be talking about Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD). I plan to give an overview of what PGD is, discuss who are the best candidates, and if PGD is for everyone. This is a topic I am very passionate about and I think those who attend will find it very interesting.

There are two other fertility doctors speaking before me, Dr. Lane Wong and Dr. Ilene Hatch They will cover what IVF is and what it does as well as new research and information from the American Society of Reproductive Medicine conference.

If you are free tomorrow night and would like to learn more about infertility and reproductive health please come! The event is being held at The Volunteer Center of Orange County, 1901 E. Fourth Street in Santa Ana.

If you want more information click on the following link, http://southwest.resolve.org/site/Calendar/163389599?view=Detail&id=7681&JServSessionIdr011=yb441zypy2.app7a


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