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November 16th, 2015 | Dr. Glassner on NBC10 Philadelphia

Dr. Michael Glassner

Dr. Michael Glassner

Breakthrough Uterus Procedure

There’s new hope for some women who can’t get pregnant. NBC10 has the details on a breakthrough uterus transplant procedure.   “It’s remarkable,” says Dr. Michael Glassner of Main Line Fertility at Bryn Mawr Hospital. “It offers a new solution that wasn’t present yesterday.”  Click below to see video.


October 6th, 2015 | Main Line Fertility and IVF World Congress in Denmark

Anderson at IVF World Congress  Lipson at IVF World Congress





MLFC’s IVF Lab/Scientific Director – Sharon Anderson, PhD, HCLD – and George Washington University medical student – Jenna Lipson attended the 18th Annual World Congress on In Vitro Fertilization in Copenhagen, Denmark last week.  The pair presented three abstracts summarizing some of the research they conducted at Main Line Fertility.  “Participating in international medical conferences helps Main Line Fertility remain on the cutting-edge of assisted reproductive technologies so we are best equipped to help our patients achieve their goal of pregnancy”, says Dr. Anderson.  This conference encompassed all aspects of contemporary assisted reproductive technologies.

Copenhagen by Sharon AndersonCopenhagen Amalienborg Palace by Sharon Anderson




May 4th, 2015 | Main Line Fertility offering Eeva Test

Introducing the EevaTM Test

The first and only FDA-cleared test to aid in embryo selection

Eeva system

The  EevaTM Test was designed to provide your IVF team with reliable, objective information to select embryos with greater confidence as they strive to do everything possible to improve your odds of a successful pregnancy.

Different from genetic screening based on embryo biopsy, the Eeva Test uses non-invasive time-lapse imaging to consistently and objectively assess early embryo development milestones from Day 1 through Day 3 and analyzes this information to predict each embryo’s potential for further development. This takes place within the safe and controlled environment of the incubator without disturbing the embryos.

Results of the Eeva Test have been shown in clinical studies to increase the ability of embryologists to accurately identify embryos with the highest developmental potential.


April 13th, 2015 | “Meet & Greet” Party Oct 1 to Learn about Egg Freezing

EggviceForWomen will be hosting a Meet and Greet party on Thursday Oct 1 at 6pm at the Great American Pub in Conshohocken.  Nurses will available to answer questions about egg freezing to preserve fertility potential. Please RSVP by calling 484-380-4892.  For more information about EggviceForWomen, visit

January 2nd, 2015 | MLF Newsletter – Winter 2015

MLF Newsletter 2015 WinterWhat’s new at Main Line Fertility?  Check out our latest Winter 2015 Newsletter!  It features more affordable options for patients.  The newsletter outlines two new PGS studies to help IVF patients achieve healthy pregnancy.  Inside, there is an article about “How to Optimize Insurance Fertility Benefits.”

You are invited! – On February 19th at 6:00 pm, Main Line Fertility is hosting “Wine and Freeze Party” at the Great American Pub in Wayne.  MLF nurses will be explaining the process of egg freezing to preserve fertility potential.  Finally, an article about “What’s New in Infertility Treatment” covers egg freezing, preimplantation genetic screening (PGS) of embryos, and time-lapse videography of embryo development in the lab to select healthiest embryos for transfer.


October 14th, 2014 | Birth Signs – Local Advances in Fertility – Suburban Life Magazine

SuburbanLifeCoverSept2014Suburban Life Magazine

Birth Signs -Local advances in fertility increase couples’ odds of starting, or building upon, a familySuburbanLifeBaby
by Jennifer Updike

Infertility, or the inability to achieve pregnancy after one year of trying (or six months, if the woman is over 35 years old), is an increasingly common—and increasingly frustrating—problem for couples. Sharon Anderson, Ph.D., lab/scientific director for Main Line Fertility Center in Bryn Mawr, estimates that the condition affects one out of eight couples in the United States. Read More