Dr. Cardozo spoke to the Huffington Post about the effects of a recent Rhode Island insurance mandate that requires plans to cover egg freezing costs before chemotherapy.
On the heels of new oncofertility insurance mandate laws in Rhode Island, four Women & Infants doctors wrote an editorial for The New England Journal of Medicine the current state of fertility preservation insurance coverage.
A study published by Dr. Brayboy about an educational smartphone app for teen girls recently earned national recognition.
A story in The Providence Journal features a statement from Dr. Eden Cardozo and addresses new state legislation requiring insurers to cover the cost of fertility preservation services.
Dr. Cardozo was featured in a story on ABC 6, where she gave an inside look at the Fertility Center's IVF lab - the only one of its kind in the state of Rhode Island.
Women & Infants' Fertility Center is the only program in Rhode Island named a Nursing Center of Excellence by ASRM. Nurses at the center obtained this recognition by completing continuing education coursework in their field.
Physicians from Women & Infants' Fertility Center wrote an editorial for The New England Journal of Medicine about the recent Rhode Island fertility preservation mandates.
Thanks in part to physicians at Women & Infants hospital, a new state law requires insurance companies to cover fertility preservation for cancer patients.
Former Women & Infants' Fertility Center doctor John Buster, MD, was recently inducted into the ACOG Hall of Fame. This rare honor recognizes his decades of groundbreaking work in the filed of reproductive endocrinology.
Eden Cardozo, MD, of Boston, has recently joined the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island, a Care New England hospital.