Bold TV: Best Egg Freezing Dr. Kutluk Oktay on BOLD TV
Dr. Kutluk Oktay featured on Bold TV Business on Generation FKD speaks about fertility preservation for Millennials, preparing and surviving cancer with corresponding fertility treatments like egg freezing and ovarian tissue freezing, knowing your biological clock so that whether you are a man or a woman, being able to plan for your future family, and overcoming menopause to have a baby.
New Republic: ‘Made in America’
In depth look at the changing landscape of Chinese fertility with a backdrop of President Trump’s new legislation and how treatments are being outsourced to the United States, featuring Dr. John Zhang and New Beginnings Surrogacy Services
National Post: Canada should OK ‘three-parent babies’: Commentary argues for lifting of ban on controversial technique
Op-ed urging Canada to reconsider legislation surrounding 3 parent IVF which is based on antiquated fears of cloning.
New York: A New Last Chance There could soon be a baby-boom among women who thought they’d hit an IVF dead end.
A NEW LAST CHANCE: There could soon be a baby-boom among women who thought they’d hit an IVF dead-end. Top Fertility doctor John Zhang and New Hope Fertility Center, featured in New York Magazine for succeeding with abnormal embryo transfers where other fertility specialists fail.
Refinery29: Three-Parent Babies Actually Exist — & This Is How They’re Conceived
Last year, John Zhang, a New York endocrinologist who specializes in fertility, generated controversy when he announced that he helped a couple in Mexico have the first baby conceived with the genetic material of three different adults.
Ozy: The doctor who delivered The World’s First ‘Three-Person Baby’
When reproductive endocrinologist John Zhang introduced a new in vitro fertilization technique at a medical conference in China in 1997, the audience responded with snickers and modest applause. “[They] told me my head was in the clouds,” Zhang recalls.
Bravo: This Doctor Held A $1 Million ‘Baby Lottery’ For Women To Win A Free Round Of IVF
When you want to have a baby, and are having trouble, the costs of IVF can suck your savings dry. So it was considered a lottery of sorts when Dr. John Zhang of Manhattan’s New Hope Fertility Center addressed a Facebook Live audience to announce he was choosing the winners of his IVF contest.
New York Post: I experienced menopause at just 16 years old — but can freeze my fertility
While other teens are planning for prom, Stephanie Gallagher is fighting a disease that threatens her future ability to have children. Thrown into premature menopause, Gallagher, 16, suffered an auto-immune disease in which antibodies attacked her ovaries. Doctors say she has lost more than half her egg follicles over the past few months.
Fortune: WILL A 60-YEAR-OLD WOMAN SOMEDAY BE ABLE TO GET PREGNANT?
Dr. Zhang Debates the likelihood of his latest EGG REJUVENATION technology that may be able to extend a woman’s naturally occurring fertility. Watch a clip from the Fortune Health Conference in San Diego here.
Spectrum News NY1: Manhattan Fertility Doctor Offers Free IVF Treatments Via Lottery
A world-renowned fertility doctor in the city is offering couples a chance to win free In Vitro Fertilization services via online lottery for National Infertility Awareness Week — but it comes with strings attached. In exchange for a free cycle of IVF treatments, winners must agree to become poster children, of sorts, for infertility awareness by sharing their joy on social media.
The New York Times: Baby-Making by Lottery at a Manhattan Clinic
John Zhang, a well-known specialist in reproductive medicine who runs the New Hope Fertility Center out of a vast and science-fiction-looking office on Columbus Circle, believes he has played a singular role in the fiscal health of New York City. Patients come to him from around the world, from the Middle East, from Kenya, from Nigeria, Spain and China. Perhaps especially from China.
I24 News: Artifical Womb Created to Help Premature Babies
“Watch New Hope Fertility’s Dr. Zhaher Merhi, Director of IVF Research, discuss the latest technological advancement in fertility, Artificial Wombs. Interviewed on Crossroads for I-24 News, Dr. Merhi discusses the future of this new technology and how it may or may not help women become pregnant and overcome premature births.”