Category Archives: In Print

Dr. Andy Huang Helps Khloe Kardashian

June 15, 2017 at 8:52 pm, by Dr. Marli Amin

RPMG’s Dr. Andy Huang recently met with Khloe Kardashian to discuss her fertility.  In this week’s episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians, Dr. Huang discovers that Khloe’s ovarian reserve may be low for her age.  Dr. Huang’s meeting with Khloe is summarized in a Women’s Health article, “Khloe Kardashian Just Got More Bad News About Her Fertility—Here’s …

IVF Safe for Mother and Child

June 14, 2017 at 8:48 am, by Dr. Arthur Wisot FACOG

An article in the Washington Post detailing one mother’s struggle with infertility documents the safety 0f IVF for mother and child.

One of the biggest concerns has been whether exposure to fertility drugs could cause cancer. A 2013 study of 21,646 women in Australia concluded that “there is no evidence of an increased risk of ovarian cancer following IVF in …

Five RPMG Doctors Honored As Super Doctors in LA Magazine 2016

January 5, 2016 at 9:20 am, by Dr. Arthur Wisot FACOG

Happy New Year.

Five RPMG physicians were named as Super Doctors in the January 2016 edition of Los Angeles Magazine.
Drs. Gayane Ambartsumyan, Andy Huang, Gregory Rosen, Arthur Wisot and Bill Yee were cited for the honor and have been for the past several years.

Dr. Gayane Ambartsumyan,

Dr. Gayane Ambartsumyan,

Dr. Andy Huang

Dr. Andy Huang

Dr. Gregory Rosen

Dr. Gregory Rosen

Dr. Arthur Wisot

Dr. Arthur Wisot

Dr. Bill Yee

Dr. Bill Yee

Dr. Andy Huang quoted in article about sex selection with IVF and PGS

December 4, 2015 at 8:58 am, by Dr. Arthur Wisot FACOG

Dr. Andy Huang

Dr. Andy Huang

RPMG’s Dr. Andy Huang was quoted in an article on Living Healthy, “More People Are Choosing the Sex of Their Babies, But Is It Ethical?”

There are two different reasons for gender selection, explains LivingHealthy expert and Beverly Hills-based OB-GYN Suzanne Gilberg-Lenz, MD. A medical reason, such as avoiding gender-specific diseases or abnormalities that favor one …

There is yet another frozen embryo legal battle

September 25, 2015 at 3:28 pm, by Dr. Arthur Wisot FACOG

As reported in the Los Angeles Times: Dr. Mimi C. Lee and Stephen E. Findley had not been married long when he began to have doubts about the relationship. Now divorced, he is fighting to prevent her from having a child with their frozen embryos, made after Lee was diagnosed with cancer.

The case, to be decided in the …

Dr. Wisot quoted in Life & Style on ERA to time IVF transfers

April 25, 2015 at 11:49 am, by Dr. Arthur Wisot FACOG

RPMG’s Dr. Arthur Wisot is quoted in the May 4th edition of Life & Style magazine’s cover story on Khloe Kardashian’s trying to conceive again with Lamar Odom.

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The fertility problem that is alleged is a problem with implantation. Dr. Wisot cited the new Endometrial Receptivity Assay which helps pinpoint an individual’s window of implantation which can vary from person …

IVF Babies Are Not “Synthetic”

March 22, 2015 at 7:37 pm, by Dr. Arthur Wisot FACOG

I was appalled at the characterization of IVF babies by Dolce and Gabbana as being “synthetic.” What motivates certain celebrities to make ridiculous comments that they then have to retract and apologize for?

In an article in the Huffington Post, an IVF mother and infertility advocate movingly states her reaction to this quote and outlines her infertility journey.

“Infertility …

Four RPMG Doctors Honored As Super Doctors of LA

January 3, 2015 at 11:41 am, by Dr. Arthur Wisot FACOG

Happy New Year.

Four RPMG physicians were named as Super Doctors in the January 2015 edition of Los Angeles Magazine.
Drs. Andy Huang, Gregory Rosen, Arthur Wisot and Bill Yee were cited for the honor and all have been for the past several years.

A Happy New Year, indeed.

Dr. Andy Huang

Dr. Andy Huang

Dr. Gregory Rosen

Dr. Gregory Rosen

Dr. Arthur Wisot

Dr. Arthur Wisot

Dr. Bill Yee

Dr. Bill

Study promotes Letrozole over Clomid for ovulation induction in PCOS but….

July 13, 2014 at 9:17 pm, by Dr. Arthur Wisot FACOG

According to an article in the Wall Street Journal, women with polycystic ovary syndrome who are struggling with infertility may have a better chance at getting pregnant with a medication different than the one typically used in clinics today, Clomid, new research suggests.

A 750-women government-funded study, one of the largest to date looking at infertility and PCOS, found …

In Canada fertility clinic success rates are a guessing game

July 6, 2014 at 11:06 am, by Dr. Arthur Wisot FACOG

According to an article on nationalpost.com, the quality of Canada’s many fertility centers varies enormously. For patients seeking out IVF choosing the right facility is virtually a guessing game.

Government agencies in both the U.K. and the United States require clinics to report their success rates — how many pregnancies or births they produce per treatment — which are …