You’ve made the transition to egg donation and are aware that you will need to select a donor to move forward on the journey to parenthood. In all cases in which a donor is needed (infertility, LGBTQ families, and single parents), you’ll need to establish the criteria for finding an egg donor.
It’s no secret that the United States utilizes a for-profit healthcare system, which means that health insurance companies can pick and choose what they will and will not cover.
When it comes to telling your family and friends that you are infertile and you are going through the trials of IVF, most people are fairly open about the process and the struggles. However, there are many people that still pause on sharing this information, even for something that has become more commonplace.
GenePeeks, Inc., a computational genomics company focused on transforming genetic disease risk analysis, today announced a new partnership with Fertility SOURCE Companies® and its two divisions: The Donor SOURCE™, a premier egg donation agency, and The Surrogacy SOURCE™, a specialized gestational surrogacy program. This announcement signals continued momentum for GenePeeks Preconception Screen, which identifies the combined parental risk of passing on more than 1,000 serious genetic diseases.
Children need to know about the people who created them. This is a hard topic to discuss when the child is conceived through egg donation. It can be even more difficult to know when and how to explain this to you child and if it even should be brought up. But when children are trying to create an identity for themselves, they need to understand that the way in which they were conceived doesn’t make them less loved or different, but that it brought their family together.
Fertility SOURCE Companies™ is pleased to offer our new Single Fee Surrogacy program.
Fertility SOURCE Companies (The Donor SOURCE & The Surrogacy SOURCE) has designed a program that will enable intended parents to pay ONE SINGLE FEE for gestational surrogacy cycles – an all-inclusive fee with no surprises.
Professionals Radio Network presents Nancy Block, Vice President of Fertility SOURCE Companies on September 9, 2016.
In a recent article by the New York Times, new studies are showing that there is no increased risk among women who have undergone In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) linked to breast cancer.
“A modern couple has various options to build their family at their choice of time with the advent of ground breaking reproductive technologies made available by our scientific fraternity. For either medical or non-medical reasons, more and more couples are choosing assisted family building using assisted reproductive techniques (ART) like the use of donor eggs, donor embryos, donor sperms, or surrogacy. However, this assistance comes with its own share of legal issues, which everyone involved should be aware of.” – Family Building Using Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART): Legal Aspects, presented by CureTalks.
The LGBT community has made massive strides in the past several years, with love winning above all in countless efforts for equality. The tragic events at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida remind us that we need to put love above all else and be there in support for humans on a human level, not just when tragic events occur but each and every day. #PrayForOrlando