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  • ‘We were so close’: Fertility treatments on hold for patients during pandemic

    Dr. Dunne discusses the difficult decision to pause all fertility treatments during the COVID-19 pandemic

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  • Opinion: Pregnancy in the time of COVID-19

    As a fertility doctor, I know my patients are wondering how to protect themselves, or if it’s even safe to become pregnant during the pandemic. Here’s what we know so far about COVID-19 and pregnancy.

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  • Let’s Talk About Freezing Your Eggs

    When considering egg freezing as a fertility treatment, it is important to consult your doctor, and to thoroughly research the procedure’s medical, legal, and ethical dimensions. Dr. Dunne gives her perspective.

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  • New regulations around sperm donation

    Dr. Dunne reviews the regulation changes to using a sperm donor

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  • How estrogen and testosterone change your body as you age

    Dr. Caitlin Dunne reviews how estrogen and testosterone has an effect on the body and fertility

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  • New Research On Hormones & Breast Cancer: The Headlines Don’t Convey What Women Need To Know

    News headlines don't always provide accurate health information when scare tactics are used to get readers.

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  • Expanding reproductive options

    "We’re in an era of reproductive science advances that intersect with more openness about reproductive options,” said Dr. Ken Seethram, a fertility specialist with PCRM.

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  • Advances in fertility treatment help balance family and career planning inequity

    Women hitting their career-building stride in their early to mid-30s are often faced with an impossible decision, lose their professional momentum or give up on the possibility of having a family.

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  • Dr. Caitlin Dunne: Vaping and marijuana producers’ profits should be funding research into their health effects

    OPINION: Funding observational trials with their profits would give producers more credibility, which is needed, particularly on the heels of the vaping crisis in North America.

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