NFFR Research Team attends the 45th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Reproduction

Members of the NFFR research team spent four days at Penn State University in August at the Society for the Study of Reproduction (SSR) Annual Meeting. This year’s theme was “Applied Reproductive Biology: Making it Relevant”. Two lectures opened the meeting that put this…

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Posted: August 27 2012 in

The First NFFR Walk for Fertility is in the books!

On Sunday, June 10th nearly 150 men, women and children gathered to Walk for Fertility.  The 5K Walk, held at Highland Heritage Park, raised over $7,000 for NFFR research. 

Face painters, caricature/balloon artists, and a great DJ made the event heaps of fun…

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Posted: June 18 2012 in NFFR News

The important role of celebrity advocates

In Hollywood where it seems so many couples are hush hush about their struggles to conceive, celebrities like Bill Rancic and Guiliana Depandi play a vital role as spokespeople for a disease that affects nearly 1 out of 3 women in the US.   

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Posted: May 09 2012 in NFFR News

National Infertility Awareness Week (NIAW)

My name is Carl Rossow, and I am a volunteer board member for the National Foundation for Fertility Research (NFFR). I am excited to contribute to this BLOG as a past patient of the Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine (CCRM) and I am a…

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Posted: April 24 2012 in NFFR News

A little introduction…

Welcome to our first blog entry!

We have personally seen the impact that blogging has had on the infertility community.  We hope that our NFFR blog will bring hope, humor, and additional insight to our readers.

This blog…

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Posted: March 21 2012 in NFFR News

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