Posted by Stinky'smom on June 05, 19100 at 21:41:52:
In Reply to: Re: Drs. & others - How does one research a clinics lab & embryologist and drs. u may be interested in using? n/t posted by mjl on June 04, 19100 at 20:07:15:
: The CDC publishes a report which gives statistics -- but the best way is probably by word of mouth -- It helps to know where you live -- if in major metro area you have choices - in less populated areas you don't always have a choice unless you are willing to travel. My understanding in the NY area Cornell, St. Barnabus and NYU are very highly regarded (which does not mean that others are not) also the bigger clinics have other issues, like overcrowding and impersonalization) There are alot of postings on this board about different clinics which you can read. Fertile Thoughts has a chat room and you can find people there who have their own experiences. It is probably as important to know the clinics you don't want to go as much as the good ones.
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Thanks mjl for responding. What does CDC stand for? I am in New York but none of the "top rated" accept insurance and I dont have the $$$ to lay out. Where are u located? Thanks
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