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INTRODUCTION TO THE LUCIFERIN BIOLUMINESCENCE SYSTEM
THAT YOU CALL LIFE!
Light is not only what brightens up our world by day and makes us see the things around us, light is also produced by our own cells and forms a major component of man's inner environment and a non-material part of our bodies connecting us with the outer environment.
What are biophotons and how were they discovered?
"Biophotons, or ultra weak photon emissions of biological systems, are weak electromagnetic waves in the optical range of the spectrum - in other words: light. All living cells of plants, animals and human beings emit biophotons which cannot be seen by the naked eye but can be measured by special equipment developed by German researchers.
The existence of this endogenous light has been discovered in the 1920's by the Russian embryologist Alexander Gurwitsch and has been conclusively demonstrated by modern biophysicists since the late 1960's with state-of-the-art technology and methods.
All living organisms, including humans, emit a low-intensity glow that cannot be seen by the naked eye, but can be measured by photomultipliers that amplify the weak signals several million times and enable the researchers to register it in the form of a diagram. As long as they live, cells and whole organisms give off a pulsating glow with a mean intensity of several up to a few ten thousand photons per second and square centimeter.
Infertility patients worry about the wrong embryos being transferred; their egg, sperm or embryos being mislabled; the wrong sperm being used to fertilize the egg, etc. Mistakes are rare, but infertility patients need to be prepared. What should you know to protect yourself? Host Dawn Davenport will interview Dr Jacob F Mayer, Embryologist at the Jones Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology; Dr. Elizabeth Ginsburg, Past-President of the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology, Associate Professor of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology at Harvard, and director of the IVF program at Brigham and Women's Hospital; and Jessica Berg, Professor of Law and Biomedical Ethics at Case Western Reserve University School of Law and Associate Director of the Law-Medicine Center.
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What happens inside an embryology lab at an infertility clinic? How important is the laboratory to the success of IVF. How do labs differ? Host Dawn Davenport will talk with embryologist Scott Kratka, senior embryologist at the Reproductive Science Center of New Jersey and Board Certified by the American College of Embryology.
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To get pregnant using fertility treatment, such as in vitro fertilization, requires good embryos. Up unitl recently choosing the best embryos was more art than science. New research is changing that equation. Dr. Marcy Maguire, a Reproductive Embryologist at Reproductice Medical Assiociates of New Jersey and Clinical Assistant Professor of Reproductive Endocrinology at the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School will talk about the latest groundbreaking discoveries that is increasing the odds of success in IVF.
Blog summary of the show and highlights can be found here: Blog summary of the show Highlights More Creating a Family resources on IVF can be found here.
Infertility medicine is slowly moving towards encouraging most woman to transfer a single embryo during IVF. Patients are often resistant for fear of reducing their odds of having a family. Our guests will be Reproductive Endocrinologist, Dr. Ron Feinberg with IVF Medical Director at Reproductive Associates of Delaware, and Embryologist, Dr. Michael Tucker with Georgia Reproductive Specialists. Infertility, fertility, IVF, infertility clinic, in vitro fertilization, in vitro fertilisation,
My guest today is, "The Embryo Lady." She has spent countless hours and a number of years behind the scenes at Fertility Clinics working as an embryologist.
It is my pleasure to introduce you to my friend, Sarah Goodrich, whom I met a number of years ago at a networking event and who has made a special place in my heart. She GETS what Tim and I are going through and she sees and knows all too well, the other side of the process that doesn't get as much prayer and attention.
As a result of today's show, my hope is to have eyes opened, hearts softened, and patience extended to more than just the men and women praying for children, but every person and part of the process involved.
DID YOU KNOW: Recent legislation passed in certain states REQUIRES embryos to be disposed of after 5 years of preservation? Tim and I have had ours frozen for nearly 7 years. What does this means for our "children in waiting"?
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Healthy eggs and embryos are the key to success in fertility treatment, but most of us know very little about them. Join us to talk about how human embryos grow and implant into the woman's uterus. How long can embryos remain frozen. What is happening with egg freezing, PGD, PGS, and freezing embryos. What can you do to help your embryos implant during IVF. Our guest today is Dr. Michael Tucker, scientific director for both Georgia Reproductive Specialist (one of our wonderful sponsors) in Atlanta, Alpharetta and Decatur, Georgia and Shady Grove Fertility in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC. Dr. Tucker has been a full-time clinical embryologist since 1983. His list of first’s is impressive: first intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) birth in the United States, first birth resulting from a testicular biopsy in the US, the first birth in the world from frozen donor eggs, and the first pregnancy in the world from immature eggs that were matured after thawing in the IVF lab.
Wrong embryos transferred; embryos, eggs and sperm mislabeling embryos lost; wrong sperm used. Mistakes happen and infertility patients need to be prepared. What should you know to protect yourself? Our guests will be Dr Jacob F Mayer, Embryologist at the Jones Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology; Sean Tipton with The American Society of Reproductive Medicine; and Jessica Berg, Professor of Law and Biomedical Ethics at Case Western Reserve University School of Law and Associate Director of the Law-Medicine Center.
One option couples have is to donate their excess frozen embryos for research. This option has received much media attention in the past and a ban on federal funding for this research. We will explore the legal, ethical and logistical issues involved with this option. My guest will be Dr. Marie Csete, M.D., PhD,
Chief Scientific Officer, California Institute of Regenerative Medicine (CIRM); Dr. Shehua Shen, embryologist and Director, UCSF Embryology Laboratory; and Judith F. Daar,Professor o
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