When the art of ART trumps the science: Even though Erin’s lab results showed a not-so-great chance of success with in vitro fertilization (IVF), she and her husband embraced it as their best chance, encouraged by Dr. Polotsky’s hopeful outlook.
Sisters Forge Bond Through Motherhood:  Though Deborah’s forced bed rest during pregnancy was a little trying, her sister Lara’s delivery was downright scary.
Twins After Cancer Treatment: With loving support for each other, Emily and Andy battled cancer and the emotional upset of disappointing infertility treatments to hang on to hope.

Latest Blogs

Dr. Chesney Thompson

Why Women Aren’t Preventing Cervical Cancer

By Dr. Chesney Thompson

The HPV vaccine is available, safe and the numbers are very compelling for its efficaciousness. Yet in 2012, only a third of teenage girls had taken the required three doses. Why the resistance?

Dr. Lauren Roth

2 Misconceptions About Fertility: Age & Weight

By Dr. Lauren Roth

In this video, Dr. Lauren Roth says that many women have misconceptions about the effects of age and weight on infertility, and that both play significant roles in a woman’s chances of getting pregnant.

Dr. Nanette Santoro

Four Core Symptoms of Menopause

By Dr. Nanette Santoro

In this video, Dr. Nanette Santoro discusses the four core symptoms of menopause: hot flashes & night sweats, vaginal dryness, difficulty with sleep and adverse moods.

In the News

The Washington Post

CU's Work on Preventing Teen Pregnancy Lauded

Dr. Stephen Scott’s CAMP program and Dr. Stephanie Teal’s work in family planning aimed at young women have helped reduce the Colorado teenage pregnancy rate and improved the lives of thousands of young women.

Colorado Amendment 67 on Personhood is a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

Dr. Nanette Santoro explains why the so-called “Personhood Amendment” would not protect women but would actually harm them.

MedPage Today

Pelvic Organ Prolapse Surgeries Equally Successful

Two common transvaginal surgeries for treating pelvic organ prolapse delivered comparable success rates, and pelvic floor muscle training did not alter outcomes, Dr. Kathleen Connell and others reported.