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What does FPNC stand for?

FPNC stands for Fertility Physicians of Northern California (San Jose and Palo Alto, CA)

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Commenting on this remarkable milestone, Dr David Adamson, from Fertility Physicians of Northern California, USA, and Chairman of ICMART, said: "It means that this technology has been highly successful in treating infertile patients.
About Fertility Physicians of Northern California Founded in 1984, Fertility Physicians of Northern California (FPNC) offers the full range of medical solutions patients need to start a family, from simple drug therapy to advanced procedures such as in vitro fertilization and pre-implantation genetic diagnosis.
April 2, 2008 /PRNewswire/ -- Fertility Physicians of Northern California (FPNC), a private medical practice dedicated to helping people facing infertility, announced today that its founder, David Adamson, MD, has taken office as President of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM), the nation's leading organization for reproductive medicine and science.
a board certified reproductive endocrinologist and surgeon and Director of Fertility Physicians of Northern California in Palo Alto and San Jose, is available to comment on two studies published in the current issue of The New England Journal of Medicine, examining the possible risk of birth defects and low birth weight in babies born as a result of the Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ARTs), such as in vitro fertilization.
Theresa Pittman, NP MSN Fertility Physicians of Northern California Palo Alto, California FNCE Proposal - Instituted editorial board comprised of reproductive endocrinology nurses who review major reproductive journals, select relevant abstracts and publish in a quarterly newsletter, written and designed by the team.