Dear Spring Family, For the first time in many months, we now have some positive news around the pandemic, as we anticipate approval of two vaccines for use in the… moreabout:Vaccines & Fertility
Dear Genesis Fertility Centre friends, family, patients, and supporters, When I took over Genesis in 2013, I did so because I wanted to raise the bar for fertility care in… moreabout:Genesis Fertility to Become First Canadian Clinic to join Premier United States IVF Network, Spring Fertility
COVID-19 has turned all of our worlds upside-down, and we recognize that now more than ever, investing your financial and emotional resources in fertility treatments may seem daunting. Today, we’re… moreabout:How to Make IVF More Cost Effective (in times of COVID and beyond)
Thank you for all that you’re doing to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in our community. We recognize the immense personal sacrifices that everyone has made during this time… moreabout:Patient Announcement: COVID-19
As Canadians across the country face the uncertainty of COVID-19, struggling with infertility have the added anxiety of having to delay the treatments they need to fulfil their dream of… moreabout:Canadian Infertility Awareness Week: Supporting Infertile Canadians During a Global Pandemic
As a Medical Practitioner, it’s empowering to reflect on how times have changed for women when it comes to their fertility options.
I was diagnosed with a diminished ovarian reserve in 2013 at age 33. We were devastated. We had always dreamed of a family since meeting in 2005 and had been trying since we got married in 2012.
The first baby from In vitro fertilization (IVF) was born in 1978. IVF was invented for women who had blocked tubes where the sperm and egg could not meet in… moreabout:Should I Consider In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) for Infertility?
Dear Genesis Fertility Centre friends, family, patients, and supporters, We are honored to be selected in the best fertility clinic category for both the Vancouver Courier’s Stars of Vancouver Awards… moreabout:A Letter of Gratitude
Traditionally, AMA (advanced maternal age) was considered 35. Thirty-five was the age at which we counselled about increased health risks to mom and fetus. Today, the average age at first… moreabout:Options for Pregnancy at Advanced Maternal Age