More than seven million Americans one in eight couples experience difficulty becoming pregnant. Statistics show that career-oriented couples are waiting longer to have children at an age when it becomes more difficult to conceive. The result is that many couples are desperate for help, trying invasive procedures that can cost as much as $20,000 per attempt. Fertility is an important and timely issue that your listeners will find interesting. Find out why couples are trying fertility drugs, surgery, artificial insemination, in vitro fertilization, gamete intrafallopian transfer, zygote intrafallopian transfer, intracytoplasmic sperm injection, donor eggs and even surrogate mothers. The FDA has also recently approved some new fertility products and procedures, including the first Home Conception Kit. Michael La Vean For more information, visit http://conceptionkit.com http://conceptionkit.com More about Dr. Michael La Vean Michael La Vean is a experienced inventor and business man in the field of reproductive health care. Mr. La Vean has already founded and piloted one company, VEOS PLC, through to a successful IPO on the London Stock Exchange in 1999. Mr. La Vean is also experienced in regulation, having successfully taken products through both the FDA and an EC Notified Body (GMED). The Oves Cervical Cap was named Gynecologic Innovation of the Year in 1999 in France and Italy . Mr. La Vean left VEOS in June of 2001. Michael La Vean has several US and International patents in reproductive health care, including The Conception Kit and Conception Cap. He is active on many Industry Boards including the Alliance for Microbicide Development. Michael La Vean is also on the Board of Directors of the Franco-American Institute, a Fellow in the International Napoleonic Society, a member of The American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) and the former Mayor of Saranac, Michigan . Mr. La Vean is married and has one child, age 11.