F.I.R.M. or FL Institute for Reproductive Medicine is in the news for its world-renown infertility specialists, embryologists, andrologists, and for 15,000 babies born in North FL and Southeast GA

The Florida Institute for Reproductive Medicine has been featured on NBC Today Show, CBS News, and the BBC, as well as in People, Self, Pink, Child and Conceive magazines.  We were named one of the top 10 infertility programs in the United States by Child Magazine in 2005.

  • January 2020 CDC – 6 million struggle with infertility, News4jax
  • October  2017 – Struggling with infertility, News4Jax
  • April 2017Questions with fertility doctor Dr. Michael Freeman on IVFFirst Coast News
  • February 2017 – Embryo ‘snowflake’ adoptions giving couples struggling to have children hope,  First Coast News
  • August 2016 – FCL Wednesday August 31st: Florida Institute for Reproductive Medicine, First Coast News
  • August 2015 – FCL Monday August 24th: Florida Institute for Reproductive Medicine,  First Coast News
  • July 2013 – Do You Know Where Your Eggs Are?, Cosmopolitan
  • May 2013 – Motherhood, Rescheduled: The New Frontier of Egg Freezing and the Women Who Tried It, Sarah Elizabeth Richards
  • July 2008 – Fertility on Ice, Self Magazine
  • February/March 2006 – Can I Freeze My Eggs?, Pink Magazine
  • August 2005 – 10 Best Fertility Centers, Child Magazine
  • Fall 2005 – Eggs on Ice, Conceive Magazine
  • July 2003 – CBS News, 48 Hours
  • July 1, 2002 – In the Bank, People Magazine

Publications

  • Improved survival rate after cryopreservation of human fresh and aged unfertilized oocytes using a specially developed oocyte cryopreservation regime (abstract). ASRM Annual Meeting, Oct.1998
  • A twin pregnancy after microinjection of human cryopreserved oocyte with a specially developed oocyte cryopreservation regime (abstract). ASRM Annual Meeting, Oct.1998
  • A successful human oocyte cryopreservation regime: survival, implantation and pregnancy rates are comparable to that of cryopreserved embryos generated from sibling oocytes. ASRM Annual Meeting, Oct.1999
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The Florida Institute for Reproductive Medicine has infertility specialists in Florida and Georgia who have treated infertility patients like Tamara. At the FIRM, we help our patients with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome conceive with the use of donor eggs. To schedule an appointment, call 800-556-5620 or visit www.fertilityjacksonville.com.

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