The Fertility Center of Las Vegas

IVF Research Accepted for ASRM 2018

by |  August 21st, 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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IVF Research

by |  May 22nd, 2018

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

by |  May 18th, 2018

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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Sperm Count Decline

by |  September 12th, 2017

New study reveals dramatic sperm count decline

It’s natural for men to be curious about their fertility, especially when they are ready to become dads. That’s why so many men visit us for fertility testing in Las Vegas. They want to know what’s going on with their sperm count.

New research offers some surprising news that men today may not be as fertile as their fathers and grandfathers,

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