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  • SCIENCE & U! Looks at SCIENCE AND INFERTILITY

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    (Left to right) Dr. Paul Bergh of Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey; show host/correspondent Tinabeth Piña; Science & U! correspondent Dr. Max Gomez with IVF patient Carla Kachelriess and her son (Photos courtesy Science &U!/CUNY TV)

    Reproductive Options, Successes, and Emotional Challenges – Beginning TUESDAY, JANUARY 28 on CUNY TV and www.CUNY.tv

    SCIENCE & U!, the NY Emmy®-nominated science magazine series, reports on Science and Infertility, premiering Tuesday, January 28, 2014 at 8am, 2pm and 8pm (repeating Saturday 2/1 at 5:30pm) on CUNY TV and www.cuny.tv. Host of the broadcast and one of its correspondents is Tinabeth Piña, who shares her own dramatic treatment history with viewers.

    The all-new broadcast features interviews with individuals and couples challenged by infertility issues who generously disclose their experience and accumulated wisdom; information on assisted reproductive technologies – as well as other options and therapies – currently available; and the risks and rewards of fertility treatment.

    Medical experts interviewed are Reproductive Endocrinologists Glenn L. Schattman, MD of New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center and Cristina Matera, MD of Manhattan’s Madison Women’s Health & Fertility; Drs. Richard Scott and Paul Bergh of Reproductive Medicine Associates of New Jersey; and acupuncturist Angela Le of Fifth Avenue Fertility.

    In addition to Tinabeth Piña, this month’s Science & U! correspondents are Andrew Falzon, Dr. Max Gomez, Donna Hanover, and Carol Anne Riddell.

    CUNY TV is broadcast in the New York metro area on Ch. 25.3, and cablecast in the five boroughs of New York City on Ch. 75 (Time Warner and Cablevision Brooklyn), Ch. 77 (RCN Cable) and Ch. 30 (Verizon FiOS).  On or after January 28, the program may be viewed anytime online at http://www.cuny.tv/show/scienceandu/PR2002217.  For more information: www.cuny.tv.