Evolving with Advanced Infertility Care
In 1966 Dr. Diamond, a pioneer in the infertility field had a mission to open a center dedicated to infertility care. This year is our 47th Anniversary. As we evolve with advanced infertility care we are expanding our services to include all new technologies which are needed to provide our patients with the best care.
Nutrition in Pregnancy
The Diamond Institute is celebrating its 46th Anniversary and would like to welcome our Diamond Families to our Annual Family Day Party. We are dedicating this months newsletter to nutrition in pregnancy.
Medicine in Modern Times
The weather forecast for medicine looks gloomy. The new healthcare reform, the slow process of the recovering economy and government shut down, leads us not to know what to expect. Is the new healthcare reform benefiting us or are we paying more for insurance and receiving fewer services?
Fertility Preservation for Cancer Patients
The Diamond Institute is celebrating its 45th Anniversary, and welcomes our Diamond Families to our Annual Family Day Party. We have chosen to dedicate this May’s newsletter to fertility preservation for cancer patients. Every year in the United States there are approximately 70 thousand new cases of cancer diagnosed in children and people who are of reproductive age. The fact that over half of the men and about one third or women with cancer before the age of 30 will have children in the future, makes fertility preservation a hopeful solution.
Fertility Awareness and Preservation
Every year in May, Diamond Institute celebrates its anniversary in conjunction with our yearly Family Day Party. We have chosen to dedicate this May’s newsletter to fertility awareness and preservation. It is currently estimated that about 7.5 million Americans suffer from infertility. More than ever before, young women today are aware of the decline of fertility potential with age. Women are not alone in this situation. Men have their share of issues also.
Nutrition in Twin Pregnancy: Aiming to reduce premature delivery
Unfortunately preterm births account for 17% of multifetal births with 24% of these being low birth weight (<2500g) and 26% with very low birth weight (<1500g). While bed rest and in some cases, a cerclage, may prove helpful in preventing premature delivery, nutritional intervention is the ONLY method that has been consistently shown to improve pregnancy outcome in multiples…
October is National Infertility Awareness Month
October is the National Infertility awareness month. We take this opportunity to review some of the common questions patients ask themselves…
Communication with Patients in the Time of New Technology
With modern medical care and treatment complexity, clear communication of medical information and treatment instructions become essential part of infertility treatment…
Dear Patients, Physicians, Staff members and Friends of Diamond Institute
The Diamond Institute is celebrating its 43rd Anniversary and would like to welcome you all to our Annual Mother’s Day Party. This event is a celebration of all of the hopes and dreams that come with having a baby…