(PRWEB) August 30, 2013
After Jimmy Fallon and his wife welcomed their daughter Winnie into the world via surrogate on July 23rd, he decided to discuss their lengthy battle with infertility issues on the August 13th episode of The Today Show. A staggering number of other U.S. couples likewise struggle with the mystery of infertility, with the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology reporting that 20% of all American couples are infertile.
Leading fertility specialist Dr. Masood Khatamee is making himself available for interview to discuss this crisis, and its solutions.
Dr. Khatamee, founder of the Society for Prevention of Human Infertility, addresses what he calls "a silent epidemic of infertility". As the Executive Director of NYC's prestigious Fertility Research Foundation, Dr. Khatamee was previously named White House Physician of the Year. (He is also the author of "Mr. President, Are You Listening?: From Gun Control Law to the Saga of Infertility.")
Ask Dr. Khatamee:
-- His view on the safety concerns being raised about IVF for mother and child
-- Whether gender selection, surrogate mothering, and selecting sperm donors based on their IQ and other qualities is crossing ethical boundaries
-- Separating fact and fiction regarding which Americans are at the highest risk for infertility based on their environmental surroundings
Dr. Masood Khatamee is a clinical professor at New York University School of Medicine, founder and director of the Society for the Prevention of Human Infertility, a former White House Physician of the Year, and was named one of "America's Top Obstetricians" by the Consumer Research Council. He has most recently appeared on "Solution America" on FoxNews, KOGO San Diego, WFLA Tampa, CFAX Victoria, KIRN Los Angeles, and on several other outlets. Located in NYC, Dr. Khatamee is available for in-studio, remote, Skype, and phone interviews, all. Visit Dr Khatamee's website at http://www.frfbaby.com.
To interview Dr. Khatamee for your own audience, please contact Will Bower at will(at)allenmediastrategies(dot).com (or 202-365-2536).