Approaching the End of My Tenure as President of the RNE Board of Directors: Celebrating Growth

Amy Demma shares her reflections on serving as RESOLVE New England Board President. Summer is just about halfway over and I am more than halfway through my tenure as President of the Board of Directors at RESOLVE New England. We have accomplished much in 2012, from the most simple to the most disciplined efforts to […]

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Legislative Victory in New Hampshire

Today, the New Hampshire House voted to uphold the Governor’s veto of House Bill 217, effectively killing this piece of legislation that could have greatly impacted the New Hampshire infertility community’s access to care. A Special Message from Our Executive Director, Erin Lasker: On behalf of RESOLVE New England, I want to thank all of […]

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The Legacy of National Infertility Awareness Week: A Physician’s Perspective

Today’s post offers a unique perspective on the meaning of National Infertility Awareness Week to one individual: one from that of a physician. Dr. Vito Cardone has been practicing reproductive medicine for over 20 years now as is Medical Director for Cardone Reproductive Medicine and Infertility in Stoneham, MA. This week is National Infertility Awareness […]

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Making Time for the Five-Star Patient Experience (Updated)

Author Kristen Magnacca shares with us a special guest blog post today, making the case for why infertility professionals should attend our forthcoming event, The Five-Star Patient Experience. Updated April 13, 2012: This event has been postponed until further notice. If you’d like to receive updated on when it has been rescheduled, please click here. […]

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RESOLVE New England Gets a Brand New Look

In the New Year, it’s time for New Beginnings at RESOLVE New England. We’re ringing in 2012 with a shiny new look and feel to our website, logo and brand! Since 1974, RESOLVE New England has prided itself on remaining committed to providing support, education and advocacy to the infertility community of New England. Nearly 30 years later, we remain committed to our mission by creating a website with added functionality and a smoother user interface to bring you the information and resources you need faster.

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