Fertility Associates of Memphis

Cordially invites you to our

Next Seminar: Tuesday, May 7, 2019 6:00-7:00pm

William Kutteh, M.D., teaches an ASRM course about preclinical pregnancy lossDr. William Kutteh will share his expertise to help couples understand the various options and treatments for infertility. He will cover a clinical trial in which, Fertility Associates of Memphis has been selected to participate. Women who are accepted into the study will receive all medications, treatments, and laboratory studies as a part of an IVF cycle.

Treating infertility and providing affordable care is very important to Fertility Associates of Memphis. To help couples conceive and begin the path to having a wholesome family we are providing pre-study screening for those attending the seminar at no cost.

This is a free seminar for couples experiencing infertility and interested in taking the next step towards conception.  Fertility Associates of Memphis will provide light refreshments and a comfortable yet professional atmosphere for those attending.  We provide an interactive seminar, allowing ample time for questions, and free informational handouts will also be available.

To participate please register below!

The seminar is free of charge but registration is required, so please be sure to reserve your spot.  We ask that you please arrange for childcare due to the sensitive nature of this topic.

For additional information regarding infertility, fertility preservation or to make an appointment please contact our office!

Program Details

Topic: Infertility 101 & Study Participation

Location: Fertility Associates of Memphis, 80 Humphreys Center Drive, Suite 307, Memphis, TN 38120-2363, Phone: 901-747-BABY (2229)

Presented by Dr. William Kutteh

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