“Someone has to be first.”
— Enrico FERMI (1901-1954)
Dislodging the “biological clock” mantra won’t be easy, much like classical Newtonian physics dominated all thought until Planck arrived with the quantum hypothesis.
“That which is most entrenched, even when unsatisfying, can sometimes become tolerable.”
But some researchers are pushing back on the paradigm that a woman’s supply of eggs (ovarian reserve) gradually shrinks over time—where both number and quality of oocytes decay inexorably with age.
While running a full-time IVF practice, Dr. Scott Sills developed this fresh plasma concept as FertiGen.
This work soon became viewed as the ‘California refinement’ to extend the initial platelet chemistry studies described from Greece.
With careful treatments now completed for so many, the true treasures of FertiGen remain the birth announcements which follow.