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Kandace’s Story – Finding Fertility Success

The road to finding fertility success

Kandace’s fertility journey began long before she walked into our Las Vegas fertility center. For 10 years, she and her husband Timothy had dreamed of becoming parents. But nothing worked. Kandace has polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a hormone disorder that can prevent women from ovulating, the essential first step in pregnancy.

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Welcome Dr. Leah Kaye

A warm welcome to Dr. Leah Kaye

The Fertility Center of Las Vegas is an Oasis of Hope for men and women who are struggling to conceive. We only select the best physicians to guide our patients through the desert of infertility, and we are proud to welcome our newest Las Vegas fertility doctor, Dr.

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IVF Research Accepted for ASRM 2018

IVF research to be presented at a premier scientific conference

One of the reasons that our Las Vegas fertility center has become an international destination for fertility treatment is our commitment to advancing the science of reproductive medicine. Through IVF research, our physicians and scientists work collaboratively to unlock the mysteries of infertility and find new,

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Australian Surrogacy in the U.S.

Ella McNamara assists Australian intended parents seeking surrogacy in the U.S.

In Australia, IVF is government-funded and readily available, but surrogacy and egg donation are uncommon. Surrogates and egg donors are legally prohibited from receiving compensation, and altruistic surrogacy is only legal for heterosexual couples. For most people who need a gestational carrier to have a baby,

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Frozen Embryo Transfer Success Story

Making baby number two through frozen embryo transfer

After a long struggle with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and male factor infertility, Brianne and Will Luckman finally had their first child with help from our Las Vegas fertility center. Their successful IVF cycle resulted in the birth of their son, Owen, in 2016. But the couple always dreamed of having a large family,

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Exciting Fertility Legislation Proposed

Fertility legislation – Making a difference on Advocacy Day

The Fertility Center of Las Vegas is committed to improving the lives of men and women who are struggling with infertility. As part of this commitment, some of our reproductive endocrinologists participate in RESOLVE Advocacy Day – and this year they are excited to announce a new proposal for life-changing fertility legislation.

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IVF Research

Forest Garner leads our world-renowned IVF research program

One reason why so many people from all over the world travel to our leading US fertility center is our reputation as a leader in groundbreaking IVF research. They may never meet Forest Garner, director of research, but they will likely benefit from his work. The research he does in conjunction with the FCLV physicians makes fertility treatment more effective and efficient for every patient in our care.

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Presenting IVF Research at MRSi

Dr. Shapiro to lecture on IVF research topics

As a well-known innovator in IVF research, our own Nevada IVF specialist, Bruce Shapiro, MD, PhD, is often invited to share his expertise at medical conferences and events. This summer, hundreds of physicians, nurses, scientists and reproductive endocrinology and infertility fellows attending the 2018 Midwest Reproductive Symposium International (MRSi) will have three unique opportunities to learn from Dr.

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Surrogacy for French Intended Parents

New video: A conversation about French gay surrogacy

In France, individuals, heterosexual and gay male couples who wish to have a baby through egg donation and surrogacy don’t have a lot of options. Surrogacy, also known as using a gestational carrier or gestation pour autrui (GPA), is prohibited in France, making it difficult for intended parents to have a biological child through IVF.

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