Dr. William Kutteh, was an invited faculty at The Best of ESHRE (European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology) and ASRM (American Society for Reproductive Medicine). The meeting was held in Paris, France from February 23-25, 2017. Over 100 delegates from 65 countries were present at the international conference that combined the best presentations from last years ESHRE and ASRM meetings. Dr. Kutteh presented extensive…Comments Off on Dr. Kutteh at The Best of ESHRE and ASRM Conference
Dr. William Kutteh, known throughout the world for his work on recurrent miscarriage, joined a global conversation about the best approaches to optimizing pregnancy in couples with a history of miscarriage. Fertility specialists from the U.S. and abroad attended the American Society for Reproductive Medicine annual meeting in Baltimore this month. This marked more than 30 years that Dr. Kutteh has participated in ASRM, and…Comments Off on Memphis fertility specialist Dr. William Kutteh moderates debate at #ASRM2015
After losing another pregnancy, what’s next in recurrent miscarriage intervention? Fertility specialists from the U.S. and abroad attended the American Society for Reproductive Medicine annual meeting in Baltimore this past fall. One of the topics that they addressed, recurrent miscarriage, is a specialty area for Dr. William Kutteh. He and fellow physicians debated the efficacy of Day 3 or Day 5 PGS to help couples…Comments Off on What’s next in recurrent miscarriage intervention
Recurrent Pregnancy Loss, defined as two or more consecutive miscarriages, is a devastating condition that causes grief for many couples. Many couples may experience a pregnancy loss, especially an early loss in the first trimester. This does not carry with it an increased risk of having pregnancy loss in the future. Having two or more miscarriages, however, places a couple at a much higher statistical…Comments Off on Recurrent Pregnancy Loss
Understanding why people experience recurrent pregnancy loss has proven challenging over the past half century. Throughout this time, many suspects have been identified as possibly causing increased miscarriage rates – but then have been found not to play a meaningful role in this process. One such suspect is natural killer cells. What are Natural Killer Cells? In the mid 1990s, so-called “natural killer cells” or…Comments Off on Understanding “Natural Killer Cells”
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