ROCHESTER, Minn.- Mayo Clinic is celebrating the open house of a new unit that is helping those who are struggling to get pregnant. The new unit brings all the infertility services, like in vitro fertilization and check-in rooms, into one location.
Dr. Ebbie Stewart is the chair of reproductive endocrinology and infertility at Mayo.
She tells us that this new unit allows for less room for error.
“It's a one-stop shop for more than infertility. For many years, reproductive endocrinology meant only taking care of individuals and couples with infertility problems but now we do a lot more.”
Dr. Stewart also added that thousands of patients come to Mayo each year for help with fertility issues.
Mayo is showing the public the new unit this Saturday from 2-4 p.m.
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