RSCNJ is ‘at the top of their game’

Our patient Katherine says: “My experience at RSC has been wonderful! Dr. Ziegler, Dr. Martinez, the nurses, and the rest of the staff are highly skilled and at the top of their game. Most importantly, they are the kindest, most … Continue reading

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Lab-grown sperm could let infertile men have children

Infertility affects one in seven men of reproductive age worldwide. One idea for treating male sterility is spermatogonial stem cell (SSC) therapy. In this approach, sperm stem cells in the testis are transferred to a test tube, cultured and nudged … Continue reading

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Rate of genetic mutations could help predict fertility

Differences in the rate that genetic mutations accumulate in healthy young adults could help predict remaining lifespan in both sexes and the remaining years of fertility in women, according to University of Utah Health scientists. Their study, believed to be … Continue reading

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A ‘wonderful’ experience

Our patient Katharine had this to say about her treatment at RSCNJ: “My experience at RSC has been wonderful! Dr. Ziegler, Dr. Martinez, the nurses, and the rest of the staff are highly skilled and at the top of their … Continue reading

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How sperm really swim: New research challenges centuries-old assumption

A breakthrough in fertility science by researchers from England and Mexico has shattered the universally accepted view of how sperm “swim.” More than three hundred years after Antonie van Leeuwenhoek used one of the earliest microscopes to describe human sperm … Continue reading

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Article describes ‘The Hidden Costs Of Starting A Family When Queer’

The website Refinery29 recently published this interesting article on the child-bearing difficulties faced by LGBTQIA+ individuals and couples. You can read it here. At RSCNJ, we take pride in our dedication to serving the LGBTQIA+ community. For more information, go … Continue reading

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Praise for Dr. Martinez and RSCNJ staff

A patient of ours had kind words about her treatment at RSCNJ: “Dr. Martinez is fantastic. He takes the time to answer questions thoroughly and in a way that you can understand. He is warm and caring with what can … Continue reading

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Researchers are developing a better understanding of PCOS

Dr. Andrea Dunaif, System Chief, Division of Endocrinology at Mount Sinai Health System, recently spoke to News-Medical.net about their genetic analysis study, which suggests there are different subtypes of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and the impacts that this could have … Continue reading

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Dr. Ziegler collaborates on study published in prestigious medical journal

Dr. William Ziegler and Radhika Hombale-Gowda, a fourth-year Ob/Gyn resident at Monmouth Medical Center, have collaborated on a paper that examines the role of endometrial receptivity array in patients during their first frozen embryo transfers. Along with being selected to present their … Continue reading

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‘Everything your heart will need to hear’

Our patient Alexis posted her thoughts about her care at RSCNJ recently. “I can’t say enough positive things about Dr. Martinez and the entire Lawrenceville staff. Anyone seeking a fertility doctor is filled with so many questions and worries. This … Continue reading

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