I Was Thrilled When, After I Finished Treatment for Breast Cancer, the IVF Worked I started IVF treatments in RSMC when I was newly married at age 37. I had already experienced several miscarriages. At age 39, I was diagnosed with a small, but aggressive, form of breast cancer. We were devastated. I underwent surgery
The Formidable Success Rates at RSMC and Supportive Atmosphere Really Impressed Me I made the decision to have children independently. Fast approaching 42 with a busy and demanding career, I was single and desperately wanted to have children. I tentatively began researching fertility clinics online and began my inquiries. One clinic, dark and uninviting, just
Lily, Grace, and Kaitlyn, 3 Little Angels Lily is a beautiful, fun-loving, sweet little girl who loves to laugh and sing. She enjoys ballet, playing dress up and reading her books. Grace and Kaitlyn are twins and could not be more different. Grace is quiet and shy, while Kaitlyn is outgoing and always in the middle of the action.
The Petersons Survived Tragedy Then Rebuilt Their Family With the Help of a Surrogate I remember during our first meeting the Intended Mother, Carol, was rubbing her gold cross with her fingers. John, the Intended Father, was doing most of the talking and Carol asked only a few questions. They were a couple that
Collin and Carolyn F., San Diego, CA “We could not be happier with our experience with RSMC. While the support staff has been outstanding throughout the process, we made the decision to work with RSMC based on the quality and obvious experience of the doctors. My wife and I would not put our success in
Most infertility couples are frustrated and confused and devastated even before they consider IVF option. After finally everything is right, they could not conquer something which is just natural and the basic human right – Have a baby that they desire! Fact – Women decide to have babies later and later. They put the matter
(Article published in WOMAN’S WORLD, 9/22/08) After four doctors, hundreds of injections and years of tears, Stephanie Boes was so convinced she’d never be a mom, she almost gave up. But look at her now! Stephanie Boes fidgeted at her desk in a San Diego investment firm, pretending to work. Any minute now, the