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SGF Medical Director Dr. Eric Widra Shares with Good Morning America Why Getting Pregnant Using Fertility Apps is Not Always a Sure Thing

Good Morning America’s online wellness article features SGF Medical Director, Dr. Eric Widra who talks about getting pregnant using fertility apps and whether more technology is really helpful for women who are trying to conceive (TTC). New fertility technology such as fertility bracelets, in-ear sensors, vaginal sensors, and more than

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Fertility Preservation Helps Women Build a Family after Cancer Treatment

Dr. Rebecca Chason of SGF’s Annapolis, MD office co-authored an important article featured in the Capital Gazette about the options available to build a family after cancer treatment. Cancer and Pregnancy Thanks for advances in medicine, the survival rate from childhood and adult cancers continues to increase. With many cancer

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New Bill Signed for Fertility Preservation for People with Cancer

The collective efforts of SGF physicians Drs. Gilbert Mottla, Stephanie Beall, and nurse Loretta Trumble along with RESOLVE: The National Infertility Association, The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults, Ferring Pharmaceuticals, the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, the Alliance for Fertility Preservation, and Cervivor helped make fertility preservation for people with cancer now an

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ABC News: SGF Patient Becomes Sister’s Surrogate after Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Recently, ABC News featured an article on Shady Grove Fertility patient, Randi Fishman, and her unique story of surrogacy after a devastating re-occurrence of breast cancer. Fishman’s own sister, Erin Silverman, stepped in and elected to carry her child once she was finished having children of her own. After Fishman’s

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Dr. McCarthy-Keith, Shady Grove Fertility Atlanta, Sheds Light on Fertility After Cancer in Radio Interview

Receiving a cancer diagnosis at any age is excruciating, but for young men and women in their 20s, 30s, and younger there are additional concerns that need to be addressed fairly quickly as some effective cancer treatments can permanently damage fertility. The additional stress and costs leave many patients with

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Trying to Conceive: Ask Dr. Yazigi the Questions You Didn’t Know to Ask

For anyone who learned the ‘birds and the bees’ in their youth, the act of trying to conceive (TTC) probably seems like a very straightforward concept. However, our fertility specialists have learned that many of their patients have a different definition of what trying to conceive really means in comparison

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