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Affordable IVF at Last! “Natural Cycle IVF” Available at West Coast Fertility Centers in Orange County, California at Promotional Pricing of $3,900

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

Natural Cycle IVF (NIVF) is an exciting and affordable new fertility treatment offered at West Coast Fertility Centers to patients who have mild forms of infertility. The promotional pricing for NIVF is $3,900 excluding costs for testing and medication.

What is Natural IVF and How Does It Work?
“Natural IVF” (NIVF) can be offered to patients with mild forms of infertility but still need help becoming pregnant. NIVF mimics the natural process by helping the woman’s ovaries produce the natural healthy egg she would produce in her own cycle.

Usually one, but occasionally two eggs are released in natural cycles. With NIVF, the ovaries are assisted to develop the naturally selected one or two follicles and eggs. The follicles are aspirated under I.V. sedation and the harvested eggs are replaced to the uterus 3 days later. Some women may take progesterone capsules to help support the uterine lining. A pregnancy is confirmed two weeks after the transfer.

Who is a Candidate for Natural IVF?

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Frozen Egg Bank Inc. and its Founder, Dr. David Diaz, Celebrate with ASRM as the Experimental Label is Removed from Egg Freezing

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

October 2012 is especially memorable at Frozen Egg Bank Inc, located in Orange County California, as the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) removed the “experimental” label from human egg freezing.

Founded by David Diaz, MD in 2005, the mission of Frozen Egg Bank, Inc. (FEB) has been to develop efficient egg freezing techniques that lead to successful live births. In October 2005, FEB witnessed the birth of the first frozen egg baby, Cadyn Elizabeth, now a bright and beautiful child.

More than 72 live births later, FEB was privileged to host the “World’s First Reunion of Babies Born from Frozen Eggs.” A study presented at the ASRM meeting on October 24, 2012 showed the freezing and thawing technique used by FEB has a greater efficiency than the vitrification technique among all egg banks sampled in the study.

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FEB is the premiere facility in the United States dedicated to the freezing and distribution of donor eggs and electively freezing the eggs of women wishing to preserve their fertility. Egg Freezing Specialist, Dr. David Diaz and his Team are among the world’s foremost authorities in the Science of Egg Freezing.

To learn more about how egg freezing can benefit you or to schedule a consultation with Dr. David Diaz, please call 714-513-1399 or fill out the online consultation request form  http://www.ivfbaby.com/fertility-appointment.php.

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Orange County Fertility Specialist, David Diaz MD, Perfected a Specialized Egg Freezing Technique Making Frozen Donor Eggs Accessible & Affordable

Thursday, January 31st, 2013

The patent-pending egg freezing technology developed by Frozen Egg Bank and West Coast Fertility Centers located in Orange County, California makes it possible and affordable for intended parents to conveniently select frozen eggs procured from healthy, rigorously screened donor candidates.

The egg freezing technique minimizes ice crystal formation during the egg freezing process and yields a frozen egg survival rate of 91% after thawing. This egg freezing success rate has led to the births of over 70 healthy children and the world’s first frozen egg baby reunion hosted by Dr. David Diaz in October 2011.

Women with diminished fertility potential due to advancing age or poor egg quality may be advised to use “younger eggs” from a donor to improve their chance of pregnancy. The patent-pending egg freezing innovation developed by Frozen Egg Bank and West Coast Fertility Centers dramatically improves the efficiency of the egg donation process thus minimizing the cost of donor egg fertility treatment for the intended parents. F

An egg donor is a healthy young woman who agrees to provide her biological eggs to be inseminated by the sperm of the intended mother’s partner. The resulting embryos are then inserted in the uterus of the intended mother to be carried as her own pregnancy. The child will possess the physical traits of the father and the traits of the donor (chosen because she looks similar to the mother). At birth, the child is considered the biological offspring of the intended mother just like a naturally occurring pregnancy.

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Dr. David Diaz is Hosting the World’s First Reunion of Nearly 70 Babies Born from Egg Freezing on October 15th, 2011

Thursday, October 13th, 2011

“This baby reunion is unique because it celebrates the pioneering families and their babies conceived from thawed frozen eggs. Nearly 70 joyous families and their frozen egg babies will come together to celebrate LIFE at West Coast Fertility Centers on October 15,” states Dr. David Diaz.

The entire staff at West Coast Fertility Centers has been diligently planning the first ever reunion of babies born from frozen eggs. Unlike other regular IVF reunions periodically held by various fertility centers, we are hosting the world’s first reunion of actual babies born from egg freezing. We are all so happy and excited to spend an afternoon with all the beautiful frozen egg babies.

Guest speakers at this world’s first frozen egg reunion event will include…

Barbara, Mother of first frozen egg baby – Cadyn who turned 6 years old on Oct 6th.

Brie, Patient who did egg freezing before starting her cancer treatments

Stephanie and Rob, Chose egg freezing rather than embryo freezing

 


 

“David Diaz, MD, Medical Director of Frozen Egg Bank Inc. and West Coast Fertility Centers has always      been on the scientific forefront of finding real solutions for real human needs because he understands that unanticipated life events can threaten a woman’s reproduction. Cancer at a young age, career demands, single marital status, or a depleted ovarian function can all endanger a woman’s fertility potential.

Since 2000, Frozen Egg Bank’s (FEB) medical and scientific team have been refining the art of freezing and thawing a woman’s unfertilized egg for fertilization and implantation at a later date. Long before the “flash freeze” method was in vogue, FEB in association with West Coast Fertility Center, presented their 91% frozen egg survival rate data at the ASRM Meeting in 2008. The team developed an IRB approved study for their digital programmed freezing method that has resulted in the births of nearly 70 healthy babies out of about 400 born in the U.S. from frozen eggs. Cadyn, the Center’s oldest frozen egg baby and the first in California, will celebrate her sixth birthday on October 6, 2011.”

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“World’s First Frozen Egg Baby Reunion”: A New Generation of Motherhood

Thursday, October 6th, 2011

Once again, the rights of people who wish to have children by assisted reproduction are at the center of a debate.  This time around, Egg Freezing is at the heart of the dispute between women who want the freedom to create families and those who oppose a woman’s option to preserve her fertility.  Despite opposition, David Diaz, MD, Reproductive Endocrinologist and Fertility Expert, faced challenges and found solutions for a multitude of his patients. As a result, Dr. Diaz and his staff will be hosting the World’s First Reunion of Babies Born from Frozen Eggs on Saturday, October 15, 2011.

David Diaz, MD, CEO of Frozen Egg Bank Inc. and West Coast Fertility Centers has always been on the scientific forefront of finding real solutions for real human needs because he understands that unanticipated life events can threaten a woman’s reproduction. Cancer at a young age, career demands, single marital status, or a depleted ovarian function can all endanger a woman’s fertility potential.

Since 2000, Frozen Egg Bank’s (FEB) medical and scientific team have been refining the art of freezing and thawing a woman’s unfertilized egg for fertilization and implantation at a later date. Long before the “flash freeze” method was in vogue, FEB in association with West Coast Fertility Center, presented their 91% frozen egg survival rate data at the ASRM Meeting in 2008. The team developed an IRB approved study for their digital programmed freezing method that has resulted in the births of nearly 70 healthy babies out of about 400 born in the U.S. from frozen eggs. Cadyn, the Center’s oldest frozen egg baby and the first in California, will celebrate her 6th birthday on October 6th, 2011.

Advances in oocyte freezing now make it possible to preserve the unfertilized eggs of young cancer patients prior to starting potentially damaging chemo or radiation treatments. Once cleared by her oncologist, she may thaw her oocytes to attempt pregnancy. Such was the case for courageous Brie who was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma at age 23 and chose to freeze her eggs before starting chemotherapy. While going through the difficult diagnoses of cancer, there is hope knowing that Brie was given the option to freeze her eggs. There is definitely “life after cancer” and it is comforting to know that Brie’s ability to one day have children won’t be compromised.

Egg freezing has also proven valuable for the career inspired women. The physical properties that make an egg fertile during her youth can now be preserved by freezing her eggs until such a time when she is ready to initiate her family on terms that are suitable for her. Such is the case for Yvonne, a PA, who expressed, “Being a 34 year old professional female, I have thought about egg freezing for 2 years. I did not want my biological clock to dictate when I should get married and have children. After reading about Dr. Diaz and all the great work he has done, I decided to proceed with egg freezing.”

Some women faced with a family history of premature menopause, endometriosis and other medical conditions which can diminish or damage their ovaries can still become pregnant by using stored donated eggs frozen with cutting edge technology at the Frozen Egg Bank, Inc. (FEB), in California. Dr. Diaz recalls the debate more than 20 years ago about whether older women should conceive by using donor eggs. In 1992, Dr. Diaz’s patient, Mary Shearing, age 53, gave birth to twins. Today, Mary is an active 72 year old proud mother of daughters in college.

After undergoing IVF, patients like Stephanie and Rob chose to freeze surplus eggs instead of embryos. As needed later, the eggs are thawed and fertilized to create embryos that are then transferred to the uterus for a pregnancy attempt. Unlike an embryo, the egg is a single unfertilized cell, which for some individuals, may be simpler to discard when no longer needed. With this method, fewer extra embryos are created or need to be stored. More and more patients are favoring this option that avoids some of the ethical dilemmas surrounding frozen surplus embryos.

“Like previous fertility breakthroughs, egg freezing is not without its critics. While I can understand the medical and lay communities concerns about new fertility procedures, egg freezing is becoming a viable option for those women who wish to preserve their fertility,” says Dr. Diaz.

Previously, the low success described in early published medical articles seemed to perpetuate the false notion that egg freezing would never become a reality. However, building on the high success rate with embryo freezing at West Coast Fertility Centers, their focus turned to the systematic analysis of the physiology and the fluid composition of a human oocyte. West Coast scientists recognized the oocyte’s special requirements needed to survive the rigors of very low freezing temperature while still maintaining its integrity.  Equally important to a successful freezing program is the development of a robust thaw protocol that insures the survival of the egg when ready to be fertilized. Cell death can occur if conditions are not optimal during the reanimation sequence.

Rarely discussed by the media, is the fact that the vast majority of clinics offering egg freezing have never even attempted to thaw a single one of their patients’ eggs. This is a glaring example of why egg freezing is still considered “investigational.” Nevertheless, in the hands of experienced practitioners who practice the art of egg freezing, the success rate in the favorable patient age group approximates those of a fresh IVF cycle. Egg Freezing and thawing should be left to veteran experts who perform it frequently and practice it well.

“This baby reunion is unique because it celebrates the pioneering families and their babies conceived from thawed frozen eggs.  Although some groups may consider egg freezing “investigational,” nearly 70 joyous families and their frozen egg babies will come together to celebrate LIFE at West Coast Fertility Centers,” states Diaz. Guest speakers at the reunion will include Jack Jacoub, MD, Director of Oncology at Orange Coast Memorial Hospitals, Alice Crisci, Founder of Fertile Action Network, and Barbara Trulson, mother of our first frozen egg baby.

On Saturday, October 15, 2011 at 2PM, West Coast Fertility Centers will host “The World’s First Frozen Egg Baby Reunion” honoring the parents and children conceived from frozen eggs. The event will be hosted by Dr. David Diaz and his Team at West Coast Fertility Centers Orange County, 11160 Warner Avenue, Fountain Valley, CA 92708.

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A Valentine Story: “Love and Hope Triumph Over a Genetic Time Bomb”

Thursday, February 17th, 2011

When it comes to love, no one can know where the heart will lead. In the case of Brian, destiny transported him to the Far East, where he was fated to meet the unexpected love of his life.

Brian was young and full of hope in his career as an English teacher overseas. “I was only going to go to South Korea for a year. That was the plan, at least.” Brian’s journey towards parenthood began with a mysterious blind date in a far away land just before Christmas when thoughts turn to home and family. A lovely young English teacher whom Brian nicknamed “HK” was to be his future bride. It was Brian’s first Christmas away from his family, but “HK was able to put me at ease and we had a wonderful time.” The two young teachers were so taken that their second date was just two days later on Christmas Day.

The young couple looked forward to their careers, Brian as college professor teaching English at a private university and HK teaching English to young students. Love was in the air and a year and a half later they were married. In Brian and HK’s families and in their dreams, having children was a high priority. As Brian and HK explained, “We both wanted children in order to complete our family and every decision we made after was designed to have children.”

Shortly afterwards, HK announced the news that she was pregnant. But then, a strange turn of events unfolded. HK’s pregnancy became complicated and a diagnosis of a genetic illness was diagnosed by doctors and their baby died. Tests were performed and a rare condition known as Sly Syndrome was determined to be the cause. Brian and HK were advised to undergo tests on themselves and then the shocking news came. Each of them was the carrier of an extremely rare genetic disorder which is found in only 1/100,000 human beings. The destiny that brought them together had cruel surprise in store for them.

The transmission of Sly Syndrome is such that a certain percentage of the offspring may be healthy while others may carry the devastating disease. The couple took time to consider their fate and decided to conceive again. Incredibly, four subsequent pregnancies ended in the death of their children, all carrying the fatal disease.

But their devotion and love for each other sustained them in their quest to find an answer to this reproductive nightmare. During a trip to the United States, they met with an OB/GYN doctor who listened carefully to their unfortunate pregnancy outcome. She advised them of her colleague who specialized in helping couples with recurrent pregnancy loss.

Their journey brought them to the reproductive endocrinology specialists at West Coast Fertility Center. The couple met with Dr. David Diaz, the Center’s medical director and fertility specialist with 22 years of experience. Specials tests were performed at the Center’s laboratories to determine that HK could carry a pregnancy. The results were reassuring and attention was focused on the genetic basis of their future.

Advanced studies were performed for the couple and 6 weeks later the results were given. The exact gene sequence responsible for the killer disease had been identified in their DNA. Working closely with collaborators at Genesis Laboratory, plans were made to construct molecular probes that would identify embryos that carried the Sly Syndrome gene.

Dr. Diaz and his team prepared to perform in-vitro fertilization (IVF) for the couple, harvesting HK’s eggs, fertilizing them in the Center’s embryology lab and performing Pre-Implantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD) on their embryos. Five days later, two embryos were replaced in HK’s uterus and she returned to Korea.

Two long weeks passed until the pregnancy test was positive!  An OB ultrasound confirmed that one embryo had implanted. The pregnancy continued normally and at long last a long awaited beautiful baby girl named Ella was born in South Korea. She was normal in all respects and the couple’s joy was at last complete. The news arrived at West Coast Fertility by email and the WCFC staff was elated by the news.

Update on Brian, HK and Baby Ella
Because of the special circumstances, the planning for a sibling for their baby began about one year ago. Travel plans and work schedules needed to be well coordinated for their next visit to California. Fortunately, the scientists at WCFC had remaining frozen embryos created during their initial IVF.

The couple is currently in Orange County and anticipating their next embryo transfer with a mixture of cautious optimism. Brian states, “Through their help, we were able to have children. I can’t think of a better Valentine’s present than that. So thank you, West Coast Fertility.”

As explained by Dr. Diaz, “There is nothing more gratifying to my staff and I than to play a role in the creation of these special families. Happy Valentine’s Day to Brian and HK and baby Ella!”

About David G. Diaz, MD, FACOG

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First Frozen Egg Baby Celebrates Fifth Birthday

Tuesday, October 19th, 2010

Cadyn is a very special little girl. Although she turned five years old on October 6, 2010, the eggs from which she was conceived were frozen in 2001 at the West Coast Fertility Centers egg freezing program. West Coast Fertility is considered one of the leading Centers in the country specializing in the field of fertility preservation. The Center pioneered a freezing method called the Landa Freezing Technology capable of storing embryos and eggs for young patients with cancer and women who wish to extend their fertile years until they are ready to start a family.

Cadyn’s mom is a business entrepreneur who was busy establishing her career when she decided it was time to start her family. She asked the specialists at West Coast Fertility to thaw the frozen eggs and inseminate them while scientists performed In-vitro Fertilization and observed the embryos as they developed. At just the right time, the embryos were carefully placed into the uterus under ultrasound guidance. Special fertility enhancing hormones were used to prepare the uterine lining to become receptive to the embryos. After two anxious weeks of waiting, the results of the pregnancy test were ready.

Dr. David Diaz phoned the nervous mom and said, “I told Cadyn’s mother that she was about to become a medical pioneer by being one of the few women in the world to become pregnant with frozen eggs. Everyone at the center celebrated in her honor.” The pregnancy began smoothly, but in the last few weeks a dangerous obstetrical condition developed when the placenta was noted to be blocking the birth canal. Fortunately, a cesarean delivery was performed and little Cadyn became the first baby conceived from frozen eggs at West Coast Fertility Centers.

To celebrate this landmark child, the West Coast Staff arranged for a surprise birthday party for Cadyn. A catered lunch was provided and some special guests were invited. A bright and outgoing redhead, Cadyn was presented with a beautiful cake, a princess tiara and a gift certificate to her favorite store. Cadyn even posed with an ultrasound picture of herself when she was just 10 weeks into her mom’s pregnancy. Birthday wishes and lots of hugs were exchanged until mother and daughter wee off to continue the celebration at Disneyland.

Since Cadyn, West Coast has helped 70 patients conceive using the frozen egg technology. The center has a high success rate of 91% egg survival after thawing the frozen eggs. All egg freezing procedures are conducted with patient consent under a special study protocol.

Dr. Diaz and his team of scientists, Antoine La, ELD and Cris Karl, Senior Embryologist, have been invited to present their work in egg freezing at the annual American Society of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) meeting in Denver, Colorado in late October 2010.

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Genetic Time Bomb is Defused with Preimplantation Genetic Diagnoses (Embryo Screening): Healthy Baby “Ella” is Born

Wednesday, September 15th, 2010

Brian and HK are like many other young couples–bright, energetic people who wished to fulfill their lives by starting their family. The couple achieved pregnancy but sadly, five devastating pregnancies were lost, dashing the couple’s goal of having children. The couple sought help from their OB/GYN doctor who referred them to West Coast Fertility Centers in Orange County, California. View Full Press Release

At West Coast Fertility Centers, Brian and HK met with Dr. David Diaz who directs the Center’s Assisted Reproductive Technology program. Dr. Diaz carefully reviewed their medical records and discovered that both Brian and HK were carriers of an extremely rare and deadly genetic condition called Sly Syndrome with an incidence rate of 1:250,000. The most severe form of the syndrome results in deformities of the bones and heart, mental and visual problems and premature death.

In Sly Syndrome, the defective genetic code is carried in the chromosomes, tiny fragments of DNA which are passed from parents to their children. Genes carry the codes for eye color, height, intelligence and the overall health of each person. Sly Syndrome is transmitted as an Autosomal Recessive disease meaning that when each parent is a carrier, the disease is dormant. However, when two autosomal recessive genes combine, the result is a variety of offspring that may also be carriers or they may manifest the deadliest full expression of the disease.

Dr. Diaz determined that by using Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis (PGD), he might help the parents using their DNA to create embryos with In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) and screen them in his laboratory. Collaborating with a specialized Genetic Center, special molecular probes were custom designed to identify the deadly gene sequence. By hybridizing the probes to the genes in the embryos, the Center identified the abnormal embryos from the healthy ones. After two embryos were placed in her uterus, HK and Brian departed to their home overseas, to begin their work as teachers.

Embryonic Cell Removal for DNA Analysis

“We are fortunate to have an awesome team of scientists, nurses and staff at West Coast Fertility,” says Dr. Diaz. The fertility team has used PGD to help many couples select for healthy embryos when conventional methods are not sufficiently precise.

The center has an “in-house” PGD laboratory where strict quality control can be maintained by the Center’s scientists. The tissue samples are examined on site avoiding risky transport of the delicate material. This in-house capability enables a rapid 24 hour turnaround time to obtain the PGD results promptly and efficiently. The results are reviewed individually with the parents who are counseled and are given precise follow-up instructions.

Optimism began building two weeks later when the pregnancy test was positive! However, caution prevailed until an amniocentesis was performed by removing fluid surrounding the baby at 4 months into the pregnancy. To the couple’s delight, they were blessed with a healthy baby girl, free of the deadly disease. Overjoyed, the proud father contacted the West Coast Fertility team to share the couple’s joy and share their happiness.

“Dear Dr. Diaz and Staff. Here is a picture of our family. You can add it to the “wall of fame.” Seriously, we are very happy and thankful for your help. We look forward to working with you again, perhaps in February.” Sincerely, Brian HK and Ella

The Happy Parents Brian and HK with their Healthy Baby Ella

Who May Benefit from PGD? Embryos that carry certain chromosomal or genetic conditions may fail to initiate implantation to the uterine lining. Other outcomes may be a pregnancy loss or the birth of a child with physical, mental, and learning disabilities. PGD is useful for patients who have other types of reproductive medical problems.

These are some examples of when PGD is recommended to patients:

– Recurrent miscarriages (usually more than 2)

– Women 35 and older who produce 6 or more embryos with IVF

– Family history of chromosomal conditions or history of X-linked disease

– Unexplained infertility

– 2 or more unsuccessful cycles

It is well known that fertility in general decreases with maternal age. Research has confirmed that genetic abnormalities also increase with advancing maternal age. A major cause of low implantation is that many embryos are chromosomally abnormal and they seldom implant or get to deliver. PGD allows for the selection of the best quality embryos which are then transferred during IVF, therefore reducing the incidence of a chromosomally abnormal offspring.

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Egg Freezing Liberates Women from the Biologic Clock—Learn How with Upcoming Seminar & Webinar

Thursday, August 12th, 2010

On September 1st, 2010, West Coast Fertility Centers will sponsor a unique educational seminar to educate and empower women on the topic of preserving their fertility. Whether for medical reasons or personal choice, women can learn how to liberate themselves from the biologic clock.

 

Seating is limited and reservations are strongly recommended. To secure your place at this life changing event on Wednesday, September 1st, 2010 from 6-8 PM at our West Coast Fertility location in Fountain Valley, please contact us directly at 714-513-1399.

 

Dr. David Diaz will also host an informative webinar on Egg Freezing on Wednesday, August 25th, 2010 at 5 PM (PST). Please register for the webinar directly online by clicking here.

 

 

Fertility preservation by egg freezing is the latest frontier that has been overcome by the fertility experts at West Coast Fertility Centers (WCFC) in Orange County, California. The prospect of halting the Biologic Clock for women is now a reality by preserving their healthy, viable eggs during the best reproductive years. The effect of physiologic aging had long been the enemy of fertility due to the limited supply of eggs formed at the time a woman is born. As age advances, the decline in the number and quality of eggs, also known as oocytes, continues to accelerate with little or no warning.

 

To help women preserve their eggs when they are healthy and robust, the laboratories of West Coast Fertility Centers (WCFC) have refined the technique of shielding the eggs from the effects of freezing. A unique set of freezing fluids, known as the Landa Freezing Technology, was developed over the past ten years, giving women the option of harvesting and storing their eggs indefinitely.

 

David Diaz, MD, FACOG, a fertility expert with 22 years experience, will explain how to determine who is a candidate for egg freezing; how patients are selected and a brief overview of the egg freezing technique at WCFC. Dr. Diaz and the members of his team will lead the discussion with visual presentations and the opportunity to meet a patient who had a healthy baby after egg freezing. A private tour of the surgical suite and accredited laboratories at WCFC will also be given.

 

Those who may benefit from egg freezing include:

  • young, single women diagnosed with cancer that can preserve their eggs from chemotherapy and radiation
  • young women who wish to preserve their fertile eggs until they are ready to start their family
  • women undergoing IVF who prefer to freeze unfertilized eggs versus embryos for ethical reasons
  • women whose only option for pregnancy is with young healthy donor eggs stored at the Frozen Egg Bank

 

The Egg Freezing Program at WCFC has resulted in the births of 54 healthy babies, more than any program in the Western United States. Eight additional pregnancies are also on-going as of August 2010.

 

David Diaz, MD, FACOG is Medical Director of West Coast Fertility Centers, one of the most successful and innovative fertility centers in the country, with 22 years experience in providing state-of-the-art reproductive fertility treatments to people wishing to have children. West Coast Fertility Centers is a proud affiliate of Extend Fertility.

 

We look forward to seeing you at our events!

 

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