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The Dobbs Decision: A Statement from ASRM

The words, “Roe is overturned,” while expected, is nevertheless jarring. This decision removes an essential civil liberty that Americans have relied upon for nearly 50 years, one that is well-grounded in the history and best traditions of our country.

Dobbs Decision Townhall for ASRM Members

The ASRM Center for Policy and Leadership is working with our lawyers on a fuller analysis of the so-called trigger laws. While you will need to consider working with an attorney in your state, our preliminary research leads us to believe no change in ART practices is necessary at this time.

Fertility and Sterility On Air - Unplugged: June 2022

In this month's Fertility & Sterility: Unplugged, we take a look at articles from each of F&S's sister journals! Topics this month include: an updated review on immunotherapy and recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL) (01:38), identifying immunologic biomarkers for RPL patients in peripheral and menstrual blood (15:38), and a randomized trial to assess a multimedia educational intervention for patients undergoing assisted reproductive technologies (22:55).

Submit Your Late-Breaking Abstract Until July 13th!

Do you have high-impact results of a research study after the initial deadline passed for submitting an abstract for the ASRM 2022 Scientific Congress? The ASRM 2022 Program Committee invites you to submit a late-breaking abstract for consideration for a special “Late-breaking Abstract” session at our ASRM 2022 Scientific Congress this October 22-26, in Anaheim, California.

Fertility and Sterility On Air – TOC: June 2022

Take a sneak peak at this month's Fertility and Sterility! Topics this month include effect of follicle size on embryology outcomes (2:30); RCT using time-lapse for embryo selection (13:30); obstetric and neonatal risk of ART outside of infertility diagnosis (22:17); embryo culture systems and obstetrical outcomes (26:11); metabolites and risk of post-surgical pelvic pain in adolescents with endometriosis (35:24); decision regret in older IVF patients (40:18).

ASRM Today: Policy Matters - The Demise of Roe versus Wade: Potential Impact on Fertility Care

Welcome to ASRM Policy Matters, a podcast to inform and empower stakeholders through insight and analysis into reproductive health policy. On this episode we focus our attention on the upcoming Roe vs Wade decision by the Supreme Court of the United States and the potential impact will have on fertility care. The discussion is led by Sean Tipton and Rebecca O'Connor from ASRM Headquarters in Washington, D.C.

ASRM Launches Patient Advocacy Grant Program

ASRM is pleased to announce the launch of the new Patient Advocacy Grant Program. This new initiative was developed to award funds to patient advocacy organizations to support advocacy efforts and educational programs and communities impacted by reproductive health issues.

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