Monthly Archives: December 2018
We’d like to wish everyone a safe and Happy New Year. Here’s hoping that all your fertility dreams come true in 2019.
A patient has nice things to say about her treatment at RSCNJ: “This was such a positive experience for me and my husband. Dr. Martinez and his staff were amazing, especially Marianela at the front desk. Super responsive, caring and … Continue reading
There are 16 states in the U.S. that have laws requiring health insurance companies to provide coverage for infertility treatment, and New Jersey is one of them. The insurance mandate states that any insurance provider who provides pregnancy-related benefits must also … Continue reading
All of us at Reproductive Science Center of New Jersey want to wish our patients, their families and friends—and especially all the small miracles we have helped welcome this year—a happy and safe holiday season.
For the first time ever, a woman who received a uterus transplant from a deceased donor has delivered a baby. This unprecedented event was first reported in the medical journal The Lancet on Dec. 4, 2018. The birth took place … Continue reading
Researchers in Spain and Mexico recently carried out the most extensive and systematic review to date of randomized clinical studies into the effects of different nutrients and dietary supplements on sperm quality and male fertility. After qualitatively analyzing the results … Continue reading
A patient recently shared her praise for RSCNJ. “We are so pleased with the way this center has taken care of us. They have made our dreams come true in the best way possible. We will be forever grateful for … Continue reading
Studies have repeatedly linked maternal smoking during pregnancy with reduced sperm counts in male offspring. A research team at Lund University in Sweden has discovered that, independently of nicotine exposure from the mother, men whose fathers smoked at the time … Continue reading
A team of Rutgers-led researchers has found three proteins that may play an important role in both female fertility and cancer biology. The unexpected complexity in how these proteins regulate one another does not occur in any other healthy cell … Continue reading
Two patients of ours recently shared their thoughts about the care they received at RSCNJ. “Dr. Mensah was wonderful. Very friendly and explained everything so we could understand. Everyone in the office made each visit easier and they are there … Continue reading