(PRWEB) April 28, 2011
“We are pleased to announce that Dr. Kutluk Oktay, of New York Medical College in Westchester has joined our practice on April 1. Dr. Oktay is known for his ground-breaking research in fertility preservation in cancer patients. He is currently researching the causes of oocyte aging. He is an accomplished robotic surgeon and also a committee chairman for the American Society for Clinical Oncologist in the area of fertility preservation. Dr. Oktay is the founder of Transatlantic Reproductive Technologies Network (TARTEN). Please join us in welcoming him to our practice!”
The newsworthy Dr. Kutluk Oktay recently performed the 1st successful robotic ovarian tissue transplant in a British woman who had her ovarian tissue cryopreserved 5 years ago prior to undergoing cancer chemotherapy.
About Reproductive Specialists of New York:
Reproductive Specialists of New York is a team of highly qualified physicians trained in treating fertility problems.
Dr. Gabriel San Roman began treating patients with fertility problems in 1991 and founded Reproductive Specialists of New York in October 1997. His vision was to offer the field's most advanced techniques for fertility treatment in a comfortable and supportive environment. Throughout the years, the physicians he has chosen share this philosophy.
The philosophy of the physicians and staff of Reproductive Specialists of New York is simple: "Provide our patients with world-class medicine and state-of-the-art technology combined with compassionate, personalized care." The dedicated staff is trained to specifically address the personal concerns of their patients and to provide individualized care.
Reproductive Specialists of New York is affiliated with: Stony Brook Medical Center; Winthrop University Hospital; Long Island College Hospital; Brooklyn Hospital; Good Samaritan Hospital; Nassau University Medical Center, Long Island Jewish Medical Center and North Shore University Hospital.
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