PR Log - Apr 24, 2012 - (April 22, 2012) Virginia Beach, VA- The New Hope Center For Reproductive Medicine joins The National Infertility Association to recognize “National Infertility Awareness Week®”, April 22 through April 28, in reaching out to millions of women and men challenged with differing degrees of infertility offering the latest therapeutic information.
One in eight U.S. couples of childbearing age is diagnosed with infertility. The New Hope Center offers a comfortable home for the latest information, compassion, and fertility solutions. Consultations are available for both physician-referred patients and non-referred couples.
After 15 years of service helping start and expand families, and thousands of former patients now with the families for which they dreamed, this extensive experience is generating even more exciting results for current patients. Prospective patients are encouraged to review New Hope’s latest clinical outcome information at the government website, http://www.sart.com.
Dr. Robin Poe-Zeigler is a leading fertility resource for residents of Virginia and Eastern North Carolina. She is joined by reproductive endocrinologist, Dr. Christian Perez in providing full-service fertility care. The practice offers the latest therapeutic procedures, including unfertilized egg freezing which is opening many new options for women, most specifically young women prior to cancer treatment but also women who may be delaying having a family for professional or other reasons. It can take the some of the “biological clock” pressure off of a woman who isn’t yet ready to have children, preserving her younger, healthier eggs for her use at a later date.
“National Infertility Awareness Week®” is a movement to educate the public and create greater awareness and understanding about infertility throughout the country. The New Hope Center’s goal is to help women and men find answers, get the support they need, to make important family planning decisions while also addressing the medical, emotional, and economic challenges infertility can present,” said medical director, Dr. Robin Poe-Zeigler. “The theme of ‘National Infertility Awareness Week®’ is ‘Don’t Ignore Infertility,’ a week when our communities come together to rally around the cause of infertility.”
Learn more about The New Hope Center at http://www.TheNewHopeCenter.com or call (757) 496-5370 for a consultation or **NEWHOPE from your cell phone. No referral is required.