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Articles from August, 2010

NCCRM featured at Women’s Empowerment Expo

  NCCRM is proud to be a featured sponsor at the 2010 Women’s Empowerment Expo on Saturday, March 20th at the RBC Center in Raleigh, NC. Plan to attend our seminar at 2:00 pm where our experts will discuss infertility, fibroids and the African American woman and gynecological cancers. There will an opportunity to ask…. read more

PCOS Diabetes Common in Infertility

“PCOS—polycystic ovarian syndrome—is a frequent precursor of diabetes and among the most common causes of infertility,” notes Dr. Sameh Toma, medical director of the North Carolina Center for Reproductive Medicine with offices in Cary and Greensboro. As many as 10 percent of women of reproductive age have the disorder, he notes. “Research indicates that premenopausal…. read more

National Infertility Awareness Week

  National Infertility Week is a movement to raise awareness about the disease of infertility which affects 7.3 million Americans. NCCRM invites you to get involved by coming to an Infertility Support Group on Tuesday, April 21st. Infertility is different for each couple that faces it. During the last decade, health care providers have made…. read more

Racing against biological clocks to start a family

Kim Harper is a woman who created a career for herself, and found trouble later on in life when she tried to conceive. Once she graduated from Michigan State University in 1990, she took some time to travel. She went back to school to get her law degree and began working as an attorney. She…. read more

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