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Sherman Silber
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Over the last 35 years, Sherman J. Silber, M.D., has pioneered most of the “miracle” infertility treatments now accepted around the world for male as well as female infertility. These breakthroughs include microscopic vasectomy reversal, tubal ligation reversal, ICSI (intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection), male infertility and improving success rates with IVF (in vitro fertilization), reducing IVF costs and eliminating complications. Other areas include: egg freezing to preserve fertility, ovary transplantation and preserving fertility in cancer patients.
Over the last 35 years, Sherman J. Silber, M.D., has pioneered most of the “miracle” infertility treatments now accepted around the world for male as well as female infertility. These breakthroughs include microscopic vasectomy reversal, tubal ligation reversal, ICSI (intra-cytoplasmic sperm injection), male infertility and improving success rates with IVF (in vitro fertilization), reducing IVF costs and eliminating complications. Other areas include: egg freezing to preserve fertility, ovary transplantation and preserving fertility in cancer patients.

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Over the last 32 years, Sherman J Silber, M.D. has pioneered most of the "miracle" infertility treatments now accepted around the work for male and female infertility.

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The Y chromosome contains 60 multicopy genes composed of nine different gene families concentrated in regions of multiple repeat sequences called amplicons arranged in mirror images called palindromes. This pattern is susceptible to deletions caused by homologous recombination with itself, and can explain the presence of small numbers of sperm in otherwise azoospermic men. [more]

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European researchers have linked strong ovarian stimulation in women aged over 35 to increased chromosomal abnormalities.

Genetic screening shows that the production of good quality oocytes in older women is disrupted during fertility treatment involving conventional ovarian stimulation. This process uses hormones to promote the release of a greater number of oocytes than normal and, in general, larger doses are given to women over 35, who need more help producing eggs.
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