DENVER — A breakthrough in medical technology could help women trying to get pregnant through in vitro fertilization.
A clinic in Colorado is one of only a handful in the US with the new device.
Scientists are calling this a “game changer” for in vitro fertilization, saying it could dramatically increase a woman’s odds of getting pregnant with IVF.
Jolene Richardson and her husband were trying to get pregnant for almost a year and she says, “We just knew something wasn’t right.”
So the couple came to the Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine for in vitro fertilization. But, like millions of women – she was up against the odds.
The average success rate for IVF in women under 35 is just 30-35 percent.
But four years and two children later CCRM had such an impact on Jolene’s life, she now works there, and sees the latest advances in medical technology.