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The purpose of this study is to offer ovarian tissue cryopreservation to female pediatric patients (birth-17 years of age) with fertility threatening medical diagnoses or facing surgery, chemotherapy or radiation therapy that may cause loss of reproductive potential. Since this procedure is currently considered experimental, the establishment of an IRB protocol under which this opportunity can be offered is needed.
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The aim is the characterization of the microbiome of subjects experiencing benign reproductive tract disorders and its comparison to the microbiome present in individuals lacking that disorder.
The purpose of this study is to identify the measurement of anti-mullerian hormone present that can specifically identify a 90% prediction of a poor ovarian response to controlled ovarian stimulation in women presenting to general invitro fertilization clinics for evaluation.
The investigators are trying to determine stress management strategies in couples undergoing In Vitro Fertilization (IVF).
The primary objective of this study is to evaluate the ability of a newly developed sperm antibody to successfully attach to human sperm from men with normal sperm counts.
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