CCRM is spearheaded by world renowned geneticist Dr. Mandy Katz-Jaffe in Denver, Colorado. Click to read about CCRM's Scientific Director.
When you have a baby, life is full of firsts. The first night home from the hospital. The first adorable smile. The first teetering steps. For over three decades, CCRM has helped families overcome even the toughest cases of infertility, so they too can experience the joy of a thousand firsts. [...]
For National Infertility Awareness Week, Giuliana Rancic discusses normalizing the topic of fertility and the importance of fertility education.
Infertility is a physically and emotionally draining struggle for many couples. However, even though you may feel exasperated by the delay in starting your family, practicing mindfulness and focusing on positivity in the face of fertility challenges can provide three major benefits: Improvement of your own health and well-being – Infertility takes a toll, [...]
Infertility is a painful and challenging problem among many American couples. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), roughly 6 percent of the female population aged 15 to 44 is infertile, while 12 percent of women of the same group struggle […]
Infertility doesn’t discriminate based on fame or talent. For the ten celebrities listed below, infertility came as an unwelcome surprise. Many of them suffered through heartbreak in silence, feeling that infertility was a shameful secret to hide. However, thanks to their candidness, people everywhere now have a greater understanding of [...]
The holidays are quickly approaching, which means it’s the season for the family photo Christmas card. While for most of us the photo might not mean much, for those struggling to start a family, it can be a painful reminder that someone else has the family they so desperately want for themselves. Many of [...]
Miscarriage is one of the most devastating and emotionally taxing experiences that a couple can face. Sadly, it is a relatively common occurrence affecting roughly one in five pregnancies. A small percentage of women (1-2%) will have three or more consecutive, spontaneous miscarriages. The cause of recurrent miscarriages is complex in nature and can [...]
More than 300,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer in 2017. At the time of this life-changing diagnosis, a multitude of thoughts surrounding your current and future life may race through your mind. For many women, future plans to build a family may become even more of a priority than before. We want [...]