May 20, 2015
Alice Barr, KHOU 11 News HOUSTON: The science of in-vitro fertilization is evolving faster than the law and raising new ethical questions about what to do with any s left over after the process. A high profile, Hollywood case, is now raising questions about whether an – a fertilized egg – should […]
May 20, 2015
May 19, 2015
Washington, DC, May 19, 2015 – Statement attributable to President Rebecca Z. Sokol, MD, MPH, president of the .
“We are thrilled to see the introduction of HR 2257. With introduction of this bill, Chairman Miller has made a vital step towards assuring our country lives up to its obligation to do its […]
April 07, 2015
is one of the most challenging clinical entities for gynecologists. The resultant pain and infertility are often difficult to manage, and strategies are limited. I propose a more cautious approach to -associated infertility, based on emerging evidence that “less is more” in surgical management of this problem.
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October 17, 2014
In the Silicon Valley arms race to lure the top talent with the best benefits, Facebook and Apple are adding egg freezing for female employees. The two companies may be the first to pay for the procedure for women who choose it to delay childbearing.
The addition of egg-freezing to the benefits plan comes […]
October 10, 2014
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After a break-up, one woman decided to put her dreams of children on ice – literally – at a cost of £14,000. She describes life as one of Britain’s very few ‘freezers’
It’s 7pm on a Wednesday night, and I’m sitting at my kitchen table, holding a hypodermic needle in one hand. […]
Women are freezing their s as part of a career strategy
October 03, 2014
A friend of mine – a successful corporate lawyer – recently got married and had a baby with a man she had met at her blue-chip firm.
As their colleagues congratulated them, they told him he had infinitely improved his career prospects by […]
Dr. McKnight featured in Houston Chronicle article ‘Doctor passionate about helping cancer patients preserve fertility’houstonivf
June 09, 2014
Dr. Katherine McKnight was recently featured in a Houston Chronicle article titled, “Doctor passionate about helping cancer patients preserve fertility”. The article covers a recent interview by author Elise Kelly exploring Dr. McKnight’s passion around women’s health and helping women facing cancer treatment preserve their fertility.
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Houston IVF’s Dr. Katherine K. McKnight co-authored an article that was printed in the May 16, 2014, issue of Science Magazinehoustonivf
May 16, 2014
Science Magazine; May 16, 2014:
Vol. 344 no. 6185 pp. 754-757
Neurosensory Perception of Environmental Cues Modulates Sperm Motility Critical for Fertilization
Katherine McKnight1, Hieu D. Hoang2, Jeevan K. Prasain3, Naoko Brown4, Jack Vibbert2, Kyle A. Hollister5, Ray Moore3, Justin R. Ragains5, Jeff Reese4,6, Michael A. Miller2,*
Environmental exposures affect function and fertility, but the […]
May 06, 2014
A new study demonstrates that, for couples of older reproductive age with unexplained infertility, immediate is the most efficient treatment, resulting in fewer treatment cycles and a higher live birth rate.
In an NIH-funded, randomized clinical trial, 154 couples receiving infertility treatment at Boston and Brigham and Women’s Hospital were randomly assigned […]
February 19, 2014
HOUSTON, TX – When there’s a will, there’s a way. There’s a new record in the number of women using in vitro fertilization to get pregnant. The Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology says 1.5% of all babies born in the U.S. in 2012 got a push in the lab.
61,740 new little crying souls […]