DENVER — The belief that women’s age is the only thing that matters when it comes to fertility might be wrong. A study from the Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine finds men have a biological clock too.
LONE TREE – July 14, 2015 – A man's biological clock is ticking, although a little differently from a woman's. "I think it's important for men to be aware of this, and we're working on research tools to help identify which men after 45 have risks with their sperm," Dr. WIlliam Schoolcraft said.
DENVER – July 13, 2015 – The event marked the birth of Sarah Levine’s third child, a boy named Kennan, who had come into the world nine days earlier. In attendance was Jessica Troy, a doula and mom of two who served as the gestational carrier for Kennan, according to Denver’s 9News.
DENVER – July 13, 2015 - Sarah Levine and Eric Landot's very long path to parenthood took them overseas and involved a very large team that became a very tight-knit, extended family.
DENVER – July 09, 2015 – Can infertile women have a baby with their own eggs? Yes, according to Dr. William Schoolcraft, the founder of the Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine. "This is sort of a revolutionary concept," Schoolcraft said. "In the past, it was thought that menopause meant no eggs.