LLU Center for Fertility’s research on mouse embryos found that vitamin D3, often routinely recommended for pregnant women, could inhibit embryo growth.
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Loma Linda University Center for Fertility uses the next generation sequencing (NGS) technology to screen embryos for genetic abnormalities that can result in miscarriages or birth defects.
Loma Linda University Center for Fertility & IVF has added a sixth doctor, reproductive endocrinologist Dr. Albert Kaimin Wei.
Loma Linda University Center for Fertility & IVF has added a fifth doctor, reproductive endocrinologist Gihan Bareh, MD, PhD.
Fertility coverage is available to university employees insured under the Loma Linda University Employee Health Plan. Both diagnosis and treatment of infertility, including IVF procedures, are covered for employees choosing Loma Linda University Center for Fertility.