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The Doctor Is In! – Dr. Karenne Fru, MD, PhD

Welcome to a new feature from PREG where our doctor’s weigh in on a variety of fertility related issues designed just for you! Dr. Karenne Fru, MD, PhD Reproductive Endocrinologist Answers questions about Patient Education & Fertility Preservation Dr. Fru, you’ve stated that one of your biggest roles is that of educator for your patients. [...]

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The Doctor Is In!

Welcome to a new feature from PREG where our doctor’s weigh in on a variety of fertility related issues designed just for you! Dr. John E. Nichols, Jr., MD Reproductive Endocrinologist Medical & Laboratory Director Dr. Nichols answers questions about his goals, both personal and professional for PREG in 2020 Dr. Nichols, it’s 2020 and [...]

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Why the independent clinic model isn’t disappearing…yet

With private-equity backed centers and large fertility networks dominating the fertility world today, is there still space for the independent clinic? On this episode of the Inside Reproductive Health Podcast, I talked to Dr. John Nichols of Piedmont Reproductive Endocrinology Group in Greenville, South Carolina. Dr. Nichols began his career in academic medicine, but left [...]

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Insurance Benefits in the New Year

Help us serve you better. Learn How Insurance Changes May Affect You in the New Year As we start a new year, you will be asked for an updated insurance card even if you’ve been seen recently. Many patients will have a new insurance plan, and others may have the same plan, but have different [...]

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‘Today’ show’s Dylan Dreyer pregnant after ‘emotional journey’ with secondary infertility – By Amy Haneline, USA Today

There’s about be yet another “Today” show baby! Meteorologist and third hour co-host Dylan Dreyer announced to her colleagues Wednesday that she is expecting baby No. 2, a boy, after “an emotional journey.” The 37-year-old mom revealed in April that she had suffered a miscarriage and was struggling with secondary infertility — a term used [...]

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