IVF clinical trials Atlanta

Joe B Massey,M.D. has been a pioneer in the field of infertility since he first studied IVF in Australia the early 1980’s. He was involved in the first pregnancy in the world following assisted hatching in 1988 and ICSI in 1993. His clinical trials and co-authorship of a plethora of articles published in medical journals have culminated in co-founding Servy Massey Fertility Institute (SMFI),a low-cost,full-service fertility clinic in Georgia.

Dr. Massey attended Emory University in Atlanta,Georgia for undergraduate,as well as medical school. He then completed a residency in obstetrics and gynecology and a fellowship in infertility at the University of Pennsylvania.

After serving in the US Navy,Dr. Massey entered private practice focusing on fertility treatment. In 1983,he co-founded Atlanta’s first infertility practice,Reproductive Biology Associates,where he practiced until 2006. Then Dr. Massey worked on perfecting a low cost approach to IVF to be able to help even more people build the family of their dreams,a vision he shared with Dr. Servy that led to the formation of Servy Massey Fertility Institute.

Dr.Joe Massey, Servy Massey Fertility Institute
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Popular Q&A

Is there any grant or clinical trial that helps or covers all IVF cost?

Im 35 going on 36 and my husband of 16 yrs is 37, were running out of time and really want to have a baby. Any info would help?

Here are some. Check them out to see if you qualify.
Also, check out a program called Shared Risk. You have to pay but can get your money back if you do not conceive.
You may also want to look into international IVF. Not free, but a lot cheaper than it is here, plus you get to do some traveling!
Good luck!

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