Readers’ favorite Fertility Lab Insider posts of 2010

December 30, 2010Carole 3 Comments »

Dear Readers,

When I started this blog in May 2010, I needed a way to keep doing what I loved, namely, the lab part of reproductive medicine. Without a lab and newly unemployed, my blog became my virtual workplace. I have been overwhelmed by some of the wonderful comments I have received over the months, especially comments from readers who benefited from my posts. Your support has turned many a bad day into a better or even good day. Thank you.

The end of the year is always a time of reflection so I thought I would post links to blog posts that were most-viewed and recommended by other readers as the best blog posts of the 81 posted in 2010. If you have other favorite posts that are not listed in these top six, let me know.  I am always looking for new lab topics of interest to you and I love suggestions from my readers.  There are no dumb questions.

So, here are the most viewed Fertility Lab Insider posts of 2010.

  1. Embryo stages, progression and pregnancy outcomes | Fertility Lab Insider
  2. Ten things about IVF that you must know | Fertility Lab Insider
  3. Common practices of the best IVF programs | Fertility Lab Insider
  4. Older IVF patients, cancer and parenting | Fertility Lab Insider
  5. Semen Analysis: Uses and Limitations | Fertility Lab Insider
  6. Day 3 vs. Day 5 Culture| Fertility Lab Insider

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3 Responses to this entry

  • sulfababy Says:

    Just a note to say THANK YOU for writing this blog. The entries are so interesting and very helpful. Happy holidays and happy new year to you!

  • Ken Drury, Ph.D. Says:

    Dear Dr. Wegner,
    I am the editor of the Journal of Clinical Embryology (JCE) and have been very interested in your blog/articles about experiences and observations you have come across over the years. I’m sure that the readers of the JCE would also benefit by your experience. Would you consider being an ART Laboratory Insider contributer for the JCE.

    Please email me if this is something you might be interested in pursuing.
    Best Regards,
    Ken

  • Chong Says:

    I really like looking through a post that can make people think.
    Also, many thanks for allowing foor me to comment!

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