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Free Patient Education Seminars- Georgia
At Reproductive Biology Associates, we acknowledge that making the decision to seek infertility treatment can be intimidating. For those patients undergoing care, we understand the journey through the infertility process can be confusing and overwhelming.
That is why the physicians and staff at Reproductive Biology Associates are offering FREE patient education seminars for potential new patients to discuss possible causes of infertility, diagnosis, treatment options, and IVF. An RBA physician, along with our Urologist/Male Infertility Specialist and our IVF Lab Director, will be available to answer questions in a relaxed environment. A business office representative will also be present for insurance and financial questions. We encourage you to bring your spouse, a friend, or a neighbor who may also be struggling with the issue of infertility.
Come participate in an interactive discussion with the experts at RBA!
The upcoming 2013 seminars are listed below. The seminars are held at our Main Office in Dunwoody at 1100 Johnson Ferry Road. NE Room LL70, Atlanta GA 30342 from 10am -12:00pm noon. Please click here for directions. Parking is free and refreshments will be provided.
Saturday, June 8th, 2013
Saturday, July 20th, 2013
Saturday, August 10th, 2013
For more information, or to RSVP, please call 404-459-3472 or email Donna.Whitt@rba-online.com
. We look forward to helping guide you through the infertility process.
My Egg Bank in the News
RBA's continuous commitment to innovation and providing the best possible care has kept My Egg Bank in the news, from papers in scientific journals to reports on local and national news. Below are some of our latest achievements and updates.
- My Egg Bank - 11 Alive News
It's not very often women talk about getting pregnant from a frozen egg of their own, or a donor, but over the past few years this method has become more popular and effective. My Egg Bank is a network of high-quality infertility centers that provide frozen donor eggs to patients in the United States and Canada. Here today to tell us more about this process is Reproductive Biology Associates Medical Director and My Egg Bank's Clinical Manager, Doctor Daniel Shapiro.
- Reproductive Biology Associates Announces Breakthrough in Egg Freezing
Ten years after achieving the first human births in the Western Hemisphere conceived using previously frozen eggs (cryopreserved oocytes), Reproductive Biology Associates (RBA), is seeing unprecedented success rates in a clinical study.