Olive in the Media

Olive Fertility is dedicated to empowering patients and the public with the most up-to-date evidence-based information on fertility care and treatment. Internationally recognized as thought leaders, Olive’s fertility specialists are frequently featured in the media, speaking on a wide range of fertility topics.


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Media Highlights

21 November 2013

Fertility Preservation: What Are Your Options?

Is your biological clock ticking? Vancouver fertility expert Dr. Beth Taylor explores the options of freezing your eggs and embryo.

22 October 2013

Dr Al Yuzpe on the Sunday Night Sex Show

with Maureen McGrath

04 June 2013

Fertility Doctors Get New Guidelines on Maximum Number of Embryos to Transfer

No more than a single embryo should be transferred at a time in most younger women undergoing assisted-baby making, according to new guidelines for the nation’s for-profit fertility industry aimed at minimizing multiple births.

21 May 2013

The science of making babies is far from perfect

A whole generation has been born since Canada’s first “test tube baby” saw daylight in Vancouver almost 30 years ago. And it’s been 20 years since BC’s Patricia Baird issued a royal commission report on the murky ethics of creating life in a petri dish.

20 May 2013

Advocates call for fertility treatment coverage

24 Hours Vancouver - Fertility awareness advocates are arguing infertility should be treated as a medical condition and covered by government health care, pointing to a recent online survey showing broad public support.

19 May 2013

Be prepared to "push through"

Karen Seraphim was careful not to get too excited about her pregnancy. "We're doing really well and we're really happy," Seraphim said from her Vancouver Eastside home with her husband, Keiron Duncan, by her side.

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