Who better than a young, infertile, female scientist to come up with an OTC pharmacological test as first-line offense in early diagnosis of infertility? Enter now-39-year-old Amy Galliher-Beckley to blow all my theories out of the water – namely, that a biotech/genetics/pharma company can actually be founded in one’s basement. Denver-based MFB Fertility (“My Fabulous Basement”) created Proov Progesterone Test to test for a fertile woman’s expected progesterone surge each month. Amy Beckley noticed a decade ago that “Women who go through IVF protocols all are offered progesterone.” Beckley says, “If you are not going through IVF, most doctors don’t talk about progesterone, they don’t offer progesterone, they don’t test for progesterone.” Beckley finds it frustrating that most Infertility doctors do not test for progesterone until a woman’s had at least three miscarriages. “The person who invented this rule that you cannot be tested for recurrent miscarriage has got to be a male,” states Beckley matter-of-factly.  MFB Fertility created Proov Progesterone Test to bridge that gap of unrest be...