A CT Fertility couple was featured by Advocate magazine in a story about the reality of using alternative reproduction by same-sex couples. While some possible difficulties are mentioned in details by the article, the CT Fertility couple is highlighted as a success story. The Advocate published the story in the context of the upcoming show "The New Normal," a fall sitcom from NBC based on two gay men looking to start a family with the use of a surrogate.
Dr. Merryl J. Polak, a CT Fertility former patient, has published a book about her long struggle with infertility. The book, "Murphy Lives Here," has received enthusiastic reviews about the candid feelings expressed in it, and the book's educational and inspirational value. It describes in detail the author's attempted adoption and many infertility treatments across several clinics, culminating at CT Fertility, where Dr. Doyle finally helped make her motherhood dream come true. However, by the time Merryl came to CT Fertility she was traumatized by the experience and exhausted her insurance coverage. Fortunately to Merryl and her husband, Dr. Doyle invited them to benefit from CT Fertility's expanded "Lifelines Initiative", where every year several families receive free fertility treatments.
The surrogacy journey of Kate and James, a straight couple from Ireland and CT Fertility clients, was the subject of an article published in the Irish Times. Having experienced medical complications after the birth of their first child, the couple decided to seek the assistance of a gestational surrogate in the United States to increase the size of their family.
CT Fertility gay couple, Farid and George, are featured in an article published in O Globo, Brazilian's largest newspaper on the transformation of the modern American family; as legal restrictions fall an increasing number of gay couples are having children either via adoption or gestational surrogacy. The couple recently had twins with the help of a surrohgate and an egg donor.
CT Fertilily Latin American gay couple is featured in an article published by the largest Spanish newspaper of Miami. The article follows the couple's journey towards parenthood and talks about the growing trend of Latin American gay men who are starting families with the assistance of a gestational surrogate and egg donor - despite the fact that what they are doing would probably be viewed negatively back in their native countries.
Colleen Iversen, CT Fertility's Surrogate Coordinator, shares her experience being a two-time gestational surrogate and carrying the two babies of a heterosexual couple that was experiencing severe infertility problems. As one of the clinic's staff she witnessed the couple's failed attempts have a baby on their own, until she finally stepped up and offered to become the couple's surrogate herself.
MSN Latin published a Father's Day article describing how thanks to egg donor surrogacy the dream of fatherhood became a reality for CT Fertility couple Luis and Jed. It also explores their decision to to start a family and how their lives have changed since the arrival of their son Finn.
Sydsvenskan, one of Sweden's largest national newspapers, featured the story of a surrogate who delivered a baby with th ehelp of CT Fertility for a Swedish couple. The interview explores the reasons why some women would decide to carry another person's child and quotes Dr. Michael Doyle as he implants fertilized embryos within the surrogate.
A local Connecticut patient becomes pregnant using the sperm collected from her late husband who died just hours earlier. Thanks to IVF provided by Dr. Doyle at CT Fertility, the birth of a baby boy became a possibility.