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Dr. Bendikson featured in Scientific American on Egg Freezing.

Dr. Bendikson is featured in an article about the increased demand for egg freezing. http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/elective-human-egg-freezing-on-the-rise/

  • Dr. Paulson on NPR following the Ohio storage tank failure

    USC Fertility is world-renowned for delivering leading edge fertility treatments with compassion. The physicians at our Los Angeles fertility center care about all men and women who are struggling with infertility, so they have been following the tragic news regarding the egg and embryo storage failures in Cleveland and San Francisco. As a leader in the field of reproductive medicine and the director of USC… Read More

  • Dr. Paulson in The Atlantic

    Growing Cheaper Embryos for IVF Inside the Vagina SARAH ELIZABETH RICHARDS JUL 12, 2017 HEALTHA new vaginal incubator is half the price of traditional IVF and could be more acceptable to Catholics. Will it revolutionize access to fertility medicine? As the number of U.S. babies born as a result of fertility treatment tops 1 million—an all-time high—clinics are under pressure to keep up to date… Read More

  • Dr. Bendikson on ABC News Online- Zika Concerns for Fertility Patients

    Zika Virus Forces Tough Choices on Couples Seeking Fertility Treatment By MICHAEL NEDELMAN Jun 8, 2016, 3:20 PM ET The day after she returned from her destination wedding in Puerto Rico, Elizabeth Agraz, of Los Angeles, received some unexpected news at a fertility appointment: Due to concerns about the Zika virus, she would have to delay her long-awaited pregnancy at least two more months. Read… Read More

  • Dr Bendikson and USC staff and the Lemon Face Challenge!

  • Dr. Bendikson featured in Scientific American on Egg Freezing.

    Dr. Bendikson is featured in an article about the increased demand for egg freezing. http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/elective-human-egg-freezing-on-the-rise/

  • We’d Love Your Baby Photos!

    USC Fertility’s Response to the New York Times Article “Baby Pictures at the Doctor’s? Cute, Sure, but Illegal” The New York Times recently published an article about doctors moving baby pictures from their patients out of the public areas in their offices, due to concerns over privacy.  The concern arises from a federal patient privacy law known as HIPAA which stand for Health Insurance Portability and… Read More