CRE in the Media
Kelley and Company, May 14, 2012
In observance of National Women’s Health Week, Colorado Reproductive Endocrinology’s Dr. Susan Trout appeared on KNUS Denver radio to talk about women’s health issues.
Denver, CO, May 14, 2012
University of Colorado recognizes Colorado Reproductive Endocrinology Dr. Susan Trout for her efforts in teaching the next generation of physicians.
Denver, CO, April 22, 2012
Doctors at Colorado Reproductive Endocrinology, seeking to help inform the public about the disease of infertility, are offering free telephone consultations to anyone who has been trying to have a child without success.
Fox 31 Denver, February 28, 2012
Obese women are turning to bariatric surgery to increase fertility. Dr. Susan Trout provides insight into how weight may affect fertility.
Denver, CO, January 24, 2012
Dr. Susan Trout, a physician at Colorado Reproductive Endocrinology, has been awarded a distinction for her expertise in using minimally invasive robotic surgery to treat infertility. Trout is the only reproductive doctor in the Denver area with this level of expertise in robotic surgical techniques.
Denver, CO, August 3, 2011
While the FDA has cracked down on online sperm donation, doctors at Colorado Reproductive Endocrinology in Denver want consumers to understand that free donor sperm may not be properly tested for disease and could expose hopeful parents to HIV, hepatitis, and other diseases.
Discover Magazine, May 2004 Issue
Determining when life begins is complicated by a process that unfolds months before a sperm meets an egg. For more than 20 years, Dr. Van Blerkom has been trying to understand the story that egg cells are telling, and although the tale is far from complete, some compelling new clues to early development have emerged.