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Dr. Asima K. Ahmad
Dr. Ahmad feels grateful to play a role in this stage of her patients' lives. Her research interests focus on PCOS, the utilization of InvoCell, as well as cervical, ovarian, and uterine cancers.
Dr. Allison K. Rodgers
Dr. Rodgers' approach to care has been influenced by her own infertility and pregnancy loss. She has published many original research articles in top medical journals. She also writes for her blog, Destination: Parenthood, on many fertility related subjects.
My husband and I both loved Dr. Ahmad. She always treated us as though we weren't just patients but that she actually cared about us and our outcomes.
Dr. Jacobs is the most knowledgeable and persistent doctor you could possibly hope for in the fertility world.
It has been a true pleasure being a patient of Dr. Uhler. She is very kind, knowledgeable and willing to take the time to listen to your questions, concerns.
With Dr. Kaplan I have two children and will always be grateful for his knowledge and empathic professionalism.
While we are at the beginning of our fertility journey, Dr. Sipe has been extremely encouraging, patient, and understanding. We feel confident our chances of success are at their highest in his hands along with the FCI team.
When they say, “Your miracle. Our mission” it’s true. Today, we are holding our precious miracle! We are forever grateful.
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