All four of Women & Infants' Fertility Center's practicing reproductive endocrinologists were named Top Doctors by Rhode Island Monthly.
Women & Infants' Fertility Center's Dr. Cardozo shares her expertise on fertility preservation obstacles for young cancer patients in the Chicago Tribune.
Women & Infants' Fertility Center's Dr. Cardozo shares her insight into fertility preservation obstacles for cancer patients in an article with Cure Today.
Dr. Eden Cardozo shares her expertise on fertility preservation options and oncofertility legislation for cancer patients with ABC News.
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.
Dr. Carol Wheeler is one of only 100 doctors nationwide who took the pediatric and adolescent gynecology exam, and the only one in 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.