CHICAGO, IL (August 12, 2019) —Known to many as the “world’s first test tube baby,” the UK’s Louise Brown is still making headlines some forty-one years later. But this time, it’s for her new role as a brand ambassador Vios Fertility Institute, one of the fastest growing fertility clinics in the U.S. (more…)
Category: In the News
This wonderful, challenging, rewarding and at times heart breaking field of reproductive medicine is ever changing and expanding with new technologies, treatments, and techniques. All with the goal of welcoming new life into this world. To continue to innovate and push our field forward, it is important to look back at where we started and how far we have come.
Vios Fertility Institute – St. Louis Welcomes Two New Physicians to its Team of Fertility Experts
St. Louis, MO (August 1, 2019) — Doctors Amber Cooper, MD, MSCI, FACOG (medical and IVF practice director), and Julie Rhee, MD, FACOG of Vios Fertility Institute St. Louis are pleased to announce the addition of Violet Klenov, MD, FACOG, and MacKenzie Purdy, MD, FACOG to the team. Both women are fellowship-trained, board eligible reproductive endocrinologists and infertility specialists. (more…)
Article by: Lindsey Jacobson, ABC News, July 18, 2018
“Forty years after the first ever “test tube baby” Louise Joy Brown was born, 33 percent of American adults report using fertility treatment or knowing someone who used fertility treatment to have a baby, according to a new study.” Read the article here.
From Left: Louise Brown, world’s first IVF baby, Dr. Amber Cooper, and Dr. Angeline Beltsos.
Article by: Steve Miller, WBBM News Radio, June 6, 2018
CHICAGO (WBBM NEWSRADIO) — Louise Brown, the world’s first test tube baby is turning 40 this summer, and she is in Chicago Wednesday at the Midwest Reproductive Symposium International. Read the full article here.
The Midwest Reproductive Symposium International, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, is an educational event that began in 2003 to promote the timely discussion of issues relevant to reproductive medicine. Founded by Vios Fertility CEO and Medical Director, Dr. Angeline Beltsos, the primary objective is the provision of high quality, appropriate, continuing medical education for physicians, nurses, allied health professionals, scientists, and business experts engaged in the practice of and research in reproductive medicine.
Article by: Jaclyn Anglis, First for Women, June 5, 2018
We can’t believe it’s been four whole decades since Louise Brown, the world’s first IVF baby, was born in Bristol, England. But Brown, who paved the way for countless infertile couples to have babies, does indeed turn 40 on July 25, 2018. As she prepares to celebrate her birthday this summer, it’s worth taking a look back at how far we’ve come since her historic birth. Read the full article here.
Vios Fertility and the Midwest Reproductive Symposium international were honored to welcome Louise to Chicago to celebrate her birthday and learn more about her incredible journey as the world’s first IVF baby. Dr. Angeline Beltsos (far left) and Dr. Amber Cooper (second from right) celebrate with Louise at her birthday party!
March 15, 2018
Dear Patients and Friends of Vios Fertility Institute,
In recent news, fertility clinics in both Cleveland and San Francisco experienced a situation where storage tanks holding frozen tissue malfunctioned potentially damaging thousands of eggs and embryos. As of today, it appears that over 500 patients may have been affected between the two programs. These extremely rare occurrences are a stark reminder of the importance we place on cryogenic systems that hold frozen eggs, embryos, sperm and other tissue at IVF clinics. Read some cryopreservation FAQs here.
We share in the sadness for all those involved including patients and their team of care providers. These clinics are very well respected in the field of fertility and this reminds us that things can occur from natural disasters, technical malfunction and the element of human error. Moreover, we want to take a moment to reassure you about the safety of your eggs, embryos and/or sperm that is stored with Vios Fertility Institute. It is also important for an organization to remember what they stand for and value. At Vios, our core values are Vision, Innovation, TeamwOrk and PaSsion. (more…)
Renowned Specialist Dr. Ellen Hayes Offers More Options for Those Facing the Heartbreak of Infertility
Johnson Creek, WI. (March 6, 2018) – To help more parents-to-be in southern Wisconsin get closer to their dream of growing their family, Vios Fertility Institute is pleased to welcome Ellen Hayes, MD, FACOG to its Johnson Creek clinic, located at 540 Village Walk Lane, Unite G, Johnson Creek, Wisconsin, 53038. A board-certified Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility (REI) specialist, Dr. Ellen Hayes marries fertility consulting with innovative treatments to increase a patient’s chances of a healthy, successful pregnancy. (more…)
Addition of Dr. Pagani Allows Vios Fertility Institute Chicago to Treat Infertility in Both Women and Men Onsite
CHICAGO, IL. (March 2, 2018) – Since opening its doors to parents-to-be two years ago, Vios Fertility Institute Chicago has provided women with compassionate care to treat the leading causes of female infertility. With the addition of urologist Dr. Rodrigo Pagani, Vios is now able to help men become the fathers they want to be through the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of male fertility issues onsite. (more…)
Vios Fertility Institute Merges with the Practice of Reena Jabamoni, M.D.
Partnership Brings Dr. Jabamoni’s 40 Years of Care to More Chicagoland Families
HOFFMAN ESTATES, IL. (September 5, 2017) – Vios Fertility Institute is proud to announce a new collaboration and new office in Hoffman Estates. Since 1974, Reena Jabamoni, M.D., S.C. has helped couples become families and individuals become parents through her work as a nationally-renowned, board-certified Reproductive Endocrinologist and Infertility (REI) Specialist. Now she has taken the next step in her 40-year career by partnering with Vios Fertility Institute to share her knowledge with more families in Chicago’s northern suburbs. (more…)