Hartford’s WFSB-CBS features LifeAire on Better Connecticut

Farmington, Connecticut (December 11, 2014) – Hartford’s CBS affiliate, WFSB, has featured LifeAire Systems in their popular variety and lifestyles program Better Connecticut. The segment focused on the state-of-the-art technology at the new Center For Advanced Reproductive Services, affiliated with the University of Connecticut (UCONN), opening in January of 2015.

“We are very proud to have LifeAire Systems as a part of this amazing center in Connecticut,” said Kathryn C. Worrilow, Ph.D., CEO and founder of LifeAire Systems. “We share a common vision with our colleagues here – to provide the finest technology, care and best opportunity for patients to achieve their dream of pregnancy.”

The Center’s highly advanced IVF laboratory was custom designed by its team of fertility experts and engineered by Alpha Environmental, Inc., a leader in environmental engineering for research and clinical labs. The project is being expertly led by Alpha CEO and founder Antonia Gilligan, a world-renowned IVF lab expert with vast experience as a biologist, chemist, engineering manager and lab director.

“Moving into our new building has allowed us to endow our facility with the maximum in comfort and convenience for our patients, plus the absolute latest in technology and science,” stated John Nulsen, M.D., Medical Director. “Everything in the building has been carefully designed based upon a beneficial impact on developing embryos and maximizing pregnancy rates. All of our physicians and staff are very excited for the move.”

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LifeAire Systems is an innovative healthcare technology company that discovers, develops, manufactures and commercializes revolutionary air filtration systems exclusively for the healthcare and life sciences industry. Our air filtration systems remove pathogens and other contaminants from the air more effectively than any other system available, creating a healthier environment for patients and medical staff and enabling significant improvement in clinical outcomes.