Fertility Experts, Dr. Peter McGovern and Dr. Adam Fechner to Host New York City Radio Show


November 6, 2014: Hasbrouck Heights, NJ – University Reproductive Associates, a leader in fertility treatment, is pleased to announce the launch of its new radio show, It’s Conceivable: The Fertility Show, on AM970 The Answer hosted by Dr. Peter McGovern and Dr. Adam Fechner. This new show will help its listeners separate fact from fiction regarding fertility treatment. Drs. McGovern and Fechner will discuss the various options that are available and will explain the procedures and treatments in an easy to understand manner to allow listeners to be better informed about infertility and fertility treatment options.

“I am excited to be co-hosting It’s Conceivable,” said Dr. Peter McGovern, Medical Director of University Reproductive Associates. “I am looking forward to providing listeners with solid information they need to help them ask the right questions, and raise awareness of various options, when it comes to fertility treatment,” continued Dr. McGovern.

“Being on AM970 The Answer offers a unique opportunity to reach and help educate listeners. As a physician, one of the most important things I can do is arm my patients with tools they need to make an informed decision about their fertility treatment options,” said Dr. Adam Fechner, Co-Host of the show. “We can discuss the fertility options while dispelling the myths that are out there, as well,” continued Dr. Fechner.

It’s Conceivable: The Infertility Show will air on New York’s AM970 The Answer on Saturday afternoons at 3:30PM. The first show will air on Saturday, November 15, 2014 and will feature a discussion on increasing chances of conception, naturally.  The show is streamed and archived on AM970TheAnswer.com, and can be accessed anytime during and after the show.

It’s Conceivable: The Infertility Show is produced by Verasoni Worldwide, an integrated marketing and public relations firm in Montclair, NJ. Verasoni Worldwide works with clients across markets and around the world to deliver integrated marketing communications strategies and campaigns. To learn more visit verasoni.com.

About University Reproductive Associates

University Reproductive Associates has earned its national reputation by being passionate patient advocates and by delivering the most appropriate cutting-edge treatments to help make their patients’ dreams come true. With offices conveniently located in Hasbrouck Heights, Hoboken and Montclair, NJ, the doctors and staff at University Reproductive Associates are available when you need them. University Reproductive Associates has worked diligently to control the problem of multiple pregnancy, a known risk of fertility medications. URA focuses equally on the critical goals of safety, success and affordability.  Their motto is: “One miracle at a time.”  To learn more visit www.uranj.com.

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