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Press Room 2017-11-20T18:08:26+00:00
2018-01-05T12:07:37+00:00

CCRM Boston Physician, Alison Zimon, M.D., Receives Recognition As One Of Boston Magazine’s Top Doctors

January 4, 2018 – Dr. Alison Zimon, co-founder and co-medical director of CCRM Boston, has been named a Boston Magazine "Top Doctor 2017" for her exemplary accomplishments in the field of reproductive endocrinology.

2017-11-25T14:47:16+00:00

CCRM New York Physicians Drs. Brian Levine and Jaime Knopman Honored With Westchester County’s Doctors of Distinction Award

November 7, 2017 – For their exemplary accomplishments in the field of medicine, CCRM New York fertility specialists Brian Levine, M.D., and Jaime Knopman, M.D., have been honored with Westchester County’s Doctors of Distinction Award.

2017-11-25T14:38:07+00:00

CCRM Reports the Lowest Chromosomal Mosaicism Rates in the U.S.

DENVER – November 1, 2017 – Based on data from a recent study, the Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine (CCRM) is reporting the lowest chromosomal mosaicism rates in the U.S. at less than three percent of all biopsied blastocysts across the CCRM network.

2017-11-25T14:43:55+00:00

CCRM Network Names Constance DeCherney Rapson Chief Marketing Officer

October 25, 2017 – CCRM, one of the nation’s leading fertility networks, has named Constance Rapson as the Chief Marketing Officer. She is responsible for furthering the brand positioning, as well as advertising and marketing strategy for patients and CCRM network physicians.

2017-11-20T17:16:44+00:00

New CCRM Study Confirms GameteHealth Supplement Boosts Male Fertility

DENVER – September 27, 2017 – The Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine (CCRM), a leading fertility treatment network, is conducting a clinical research study to explore how its natural antioxidant supplement, GameteHealth, could increase the odds of a successful pregnancy by improving sperm health.

2017-11-20T17:33:34+00:00

New Study by CCRM Finds High Levels of Antioxidant-Rich Acai Berry Supports Better IVF Outcomes

DENVER – April 16, 2015 – A new study has found that high levels of the antioxidant-rich acai berry significantly improves outcomes for women undergoing vitro fertilization (IVF).