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Dr. Dan Nayot talks about Spindleview and Embryoscope

TRIO’s Dr. Dan Nayot talks about two cutting-edge technologies used by the TRIO lab to provide our patients with a better chance of success in every IVF cycle. Click on the video below to learn more.  For more information about Spindleview and Embryoscope visit our blog post Spindleview and Embryoscope: Providing a Better Chance of Success…

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New research looking at fertility drugs and cancer concludes there is no significant risk

“Women can be reassured that fertility drugs do not appear to significantly increase the risk of invasive ovarian, endometrial, breast or other cancers, while achieving a pregnancy at an earlier age is a significant protective factor,” concludes new Italian study published December 2018 in the European Review for Medical and Pharmacological Sciences.  For further details, download the…

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FAQ’s about current research projects aimed at improving ART’s

By Jim Meriano, Director, Embryology Lab at TRIO

1. Why are you doing lab research? It’s important to remember that today’s ART technologies — ICSI, PGT-A, vitrification, egg freezing and even IVF — were all research protocols before they were used clinically. Lab research continues to refine these existing methods and to find new tools that will improve treatment and ultimately, pregnancy rates.…

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Understanding the Communication Patterns between IVF Patients and Peers

Are you a first-time or recurring IVF patient? Do you rely on an individual, peer-based relationship for support through your journey? In other words do you have an “IVF friend” or an “IVF sister” whom you turn to meet your various needs? I am a patient advocate for infertility patients who is researching patient/peer social…

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Spindleview and Embryoscope: Providing a Better Chance of Success in IVF

Spindleview/Oosight Spindleview, also called “Oosight”, is a computerized high power microscope that allows the embryologist to see the internal structure of each retrieved egg (oocyte) or embryo. This is cutting-edge technology used by the TRIO lab in two important ways: First, to visualize the spindle of each egg very accurately when performing ICSI (injecting one…

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Understanding Clinical Research

By Dr. Robert F. Casper, Scientific Director, TRIO

In fertility medicine, clinical research projects deal directly with improving both the patient experience and clinical outcomes. Please read on for more detailed information about clinical research at TRIO: 1. What research projects are happening right now at TRIO? There are a number of clinical research projects taking place at TRIO at any given time that…

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