Founded in 1944 by 100 original members, the Society has grown to over 10,000 doctors and scientists in the United States and over 75 countries abroad.
The goal of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine is to provide the latest information on infertility, reproductive endocrinology and conception. The organization offers ethical guidelines on new reproductive technologies, a position paper on insurance coverage of infertility services and other papers.
In addition, the society also offers pamphlets on a variety of topics, reading lists, resource lists and regional postgraduate courses. Fertility and Sterility is the monthly medical journal published by the organization.
Annual scientific meetings are held.
For more information, contact
American Society for Reproductive Medicine
409 12th St. SW, Suite 203
Washington, DC 20024
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