Author Archives: Reproductive Science Center of New Jersey

Researchers identify protein essential for male fertility

Fertilization is the union of two cells: an egg and a sperm. Before the egg and the sperm fuse, an event known as the “acrosome reaction” needs to occur in the sperm. Now, a team from Osaka University in Japan … Continue reading

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Get emotional help during fertility care

Research shows that adding emotional support to your family-building journey helps your mental health. RESOLVE: the National Infertility Association was founded by a nurse experiencing infertility and saw the need to bring people together for emotional support. Nearly 50 years … Continue reading

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Insurance mandates critical for improving access to infertility care: study

State infertility insurance mandates are critical for improving access to infertility care. They also help to advance gender equality and reproductive rights. These are some of the major findings of a literature review and critical assessment of in vitro fertilization … Continue reading

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Mapping endometriosis: A cellular atlas created

Investigators at Cedars-Sinai have created a unique and detailed molecular profile of endometriosis to help improve therapeutic options for the millions of women suffering from the disease. The study is published in the journal Nature Genetics. “Endometriosis has been an understudied … Continue reading

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Another 5-star review

Our first online review of 2023 is in, and we’re proud to say it’s another 5 stars. In fact, we have averaged 5 stars over almost 1,000 patient reviews. Take a look at what our patients have to say about … Continue reading

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Call to address women’s reproductive needs holistically

Women’s reproductive needs should be considered holistically by considering pregnancy prevention and pregnancy preparation at the same time, finds a new study. The research, published in The Lancet Public Health, brought together a variety of different types of evidence — including … Continue reading

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Help us support new fertility bill

Another important family building bill has been introduced in Congress: The Comprehensive Cancer Survivorship Act (CCSA), championed by Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, Sen. Ben Cardin, Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, and Rep. Mark DeSaulnier. This cancer care bill includes Medicaid coverage … Continue reading

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Warning: Cute babies ahead!

As fertility specialists, our ultimate goal is to help you reach yours: having a baby. When we help our patients achieve their goal, we love to celebrate their success. Check out our updated online baby photo album page for some … Continue reading

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Sexual dysfunction and infertility

Sexual dysfunction is an issue that prevents an individual from enjoying or wanting to have sex, which is most often related to sexual desire, arousal, orgasm or pain during intercourse. Any of these conditions can prevent effective resolution of sexual … Continue reading

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To new patients: Compassionate care with a boutique experience

RSCNJ seeks to meet the special needs of each couple experiencing fertility problems. We make our patients feel like guests in our home, and the entire RSC staff takes part in their emotional journey. We will go to any extent to answer your … Continue reading

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