NEW YORK, Feb. 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Extend Fertility Medical Practice, a one-of-a-kind, specialty egg-freezing practice
Prior to joining Extend Fertility Medical Practice, Dr. Maslow was an associate physician at a top-ranked private infertility practice, Gold Coast IVF, in Long Island, where she treated women and couples with a wide range of medical and surgical issues. She earned her medical degree with distinction in reproductive endocrinology at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine before completing residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology (OB/GYN) at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Maslow furthered her education with fellowship training in reproductive endocrinology and infertility at the University of Connecticut where she also earned a master's degree in clinical and translational research.
"Dr. Maslow's professional and academic accomplishments combined with her energy and passion for progressing the conversation around women's health align directly with Extend Fertility's values and will enable her to seamlessly transition into our healthcare team," said Joshua U. Klein, MD, FACOG, chief medical officer, Extend Fertility Medical Practice. "We are excited to see how she will help us continue to grow our practice and lead the conversation around a proactive approach to fertility."
For nearly a decade, Dr. Maslow has been a researcher in the women's health and fertility fields. Her findings on fertility preservation, age-related infertility, genetics and other women's health issues have been featured in numerous nationally-recognized medical journals including Obstetrics & Gynecology, Fertility & Sterility and the Journal of Assisted Reproduction and Genetics.
"I am thrilled for the opportunity to provide women interested in learning about egg freezing with the information and resources necessary to take control of their reproductive futures," said Dr. Maslow. "It is my personal mission to embolden women through a comprehensive understanding of their fertility and bring the prospect of egg-freezing to the forefront of the conversation."
Dr. Maslow also writes and lectures on the intersection of Jewish law and reproduction while serving as the director of medical education for Nishmat's North American Yoatzot Halacha Fellowship Program which trains female religious scholars to address questions of Jewish law related to Women's health. In this role, Dr. Maslow functions as a liaison between religious leadership and medical professionals.
Extend Fertility is the first service in the United States dedicated exclusively to women choosing to proactively freeze their eggs. To learn more about Extend Fertility, please visit extendfertility.com or call 212-810-2828.
About Extend Fertility: Extend Fertility is the first fertility practice dedicated entirely to women who want to preserve their fertility for the future. The fertility practice has revolutionized egg freezing by offering services at significantly lower prices in a specialized atmosphere designed around the lifestyle and goals of women who want to freeze their eggs for use later in life. Until now, most practices that offer egg freezing have been focused on treating infertility. Based in New York City, the team is dedicated first and foremost to educating women on fertility and egg freezing options and then offering a revolutionary service with an outcomes-focused pricing model that makes egg freezing more affordable and accessible to women at any stage of life.
For more information, please visit extendfertility.com.
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