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November 17th, 2016 | Dr. Michael Glassner discusses infertility issues with 96.5 AMP Radio personality – Bex.


May 9th, 2016 | MLF Study Coordinator Interviewed by Bex from 96.5 AMP Radio


Eileen Davies from Main Line Fertility was interviewed by radio host Bex from 96.5 AMP Radio.  Eileen explains how clinical research trials can be an affordable option for patients. Watch Video here…


AMP 96.5 Radio – How can clinical research trials be an affordable option for IVF patients?  Listen here:


May 9th, 2016 | Fertility Nurse Bridget Interviewed by Bex on AMP Radio 96.5


Bridget Brennan, RN – a fertility nurse from Main Line Fertility was interviewed by radio host Bex on AMP Radio 96.5  show.  Bridget explains the process of freezing eggs to preserve fertility potential.  See Video to learn more…




96.5 AMP Radio – How can freezing your eggs preserve fertility potential?  Listen Here

March 25th, 2016 | Local Fertility Doctor Helps Teen with Rare Disease

A teenager has a rare disease that even the experts don’t quite know what to make of.  She has fast growing tumors on her brain.  After our story aired a local fertility doctor reached out to help.  She’s facing a round of chemo that may destroy her chances of ever having a child.  Her next health struggle is trying to save her fertility.  She’s hoping to harvest her eggs and freeze them to preserve her fertility potential…dr michael glassner on Fox 29 Mar 2016

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.


February 11th, 2015 | In the Race for Life, Which Human Embryos Make It?

Eeva_test_12_embryos_scaled For IVF patients, any information on which of their embryos has the best chance of growing into a baby is invaluable. Because several embryos are often transferred, in vitro fertilization patients who get pregnant have much higher rates of twin and triplet pregnancies than the general population. These pregnancies can be risky for the mother and the babies. Auxogyn, a company in Menlo Park, has developed a test that company officials say can help with this problem. The Eeva Test is the result of a key finding about embryo development made at Stanford University in 2010. By examining time-lapse videos of developing embryos, scientists there discovered that the embryos that made it to day five had actually followed a precisely timed pattern, something like an embryonic clock. The test’s goal is to help embryologists at fertility clinics pick out the early embryos with the best chance of making it to day five, a critical milestone. On the fifth day after fertilization, the embryo has about 200 cells and is getting ready to break out of its shell, a dramatic event that allows it to then burrow into the uterus and continue its growth. Main Line Fertility is involved in an Eeva research study.