Brigid Martz Smith

We're exited to continue our new blog series to spotlight National Physicians Cooperative member institutions!  If your institution is a member of the NPC, submit your information to us for development of an institution-specific page on the Oncofertility Consortium website, as well as a blog post, to oncofertility@northwestern.edu.  If you are interested in learning more about how to join the NPC, contact Brigid Smith at brigid.smith@northwestern.edu or (312)503-2506.

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Overview

Michigan Reproductive Medicine has been freezing eggs since 2008 and is the first fertility center in Michigan to successfully freeze eggs and have babies born from frozen eggs. Our center is committed to providing patients with the most up-to date technology. Fertility preservation by egg freezing is a true game-changer by providing women the greatest opportunity to control their reproductive futures.

Fertility Preservation Services Offered

An egg or embryo freezing cycle requires quick decision-making and communication between the patient, the woman’s oncologist and Dr. Mersol-Barg. Working together as a team and educating the patient about her cancer therapy’s impact on her fertility empowers the patient to make the best decision regarding her fertility preservation.

Contact Information

Please call Michigan Reproductive Medicine at (248) 593-6990 or visit our website to find out more about your fertility preservation options.

Michigan Reproductive Medicine

41000 Woodward Ave., Suite 100 East

Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304

Phone: 248-593-6990

Fax: 248-593-5925

    Michael S. Mersol-Barg, MD, Director, Michigan Reproductive Medicine Email: Oncofertility@mireproductivemedicine.com        

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