Photo: Jennifer SilverbergSherman Silber: Ice sculptor.Add another bullet point to the already impressive resumé of St. Louis fertility expert Dr. Sherman Silber. In May, one of Silber's patients -- Amy Tucker of Columbia, Illinois -- became the first U.S. cancer survivor to give birth as a resu ... More >>
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Egg donation, clearly, is not for everybody. Really, is there any woman in the world who relishes daily shots in the ass, wildly fluctuating hormones and a mildly-invasive surgery that involves a really, really long needle into the ovaries, not to mention a screwed-up menstrual cycle and several mon ... More >>
Famed St. Louis fertility pioneer, Dr. Sherman Silber, has reached another milestone. In a report published yesterday in the New England Journal of Medicine, Silber announced that one of his patients recently gave birth from a transplanted ovary. Reuters news service reports that it's the first time ... More >>
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Dr. Sherman Silber says he can extend a woman's fertility by decades. All he needs is an ovary and some ice.